Gah. House votes not to remove rematks and now I guess yes to give her speaking rights back. Of corse they did. No honor Democrats!
Thank you for link to connection. Pelosi's volatile remarks are roughly 3:17 in. Much discombobulation. Am at 3:26 with no continuance of audio yet, but interactions and body language on both sides interesting. Dems ganging up on the left side of the dias; Repubs respectfully holding back while the clerk gets their act together to read back Pelosi's comments. Slow going. See Nunes in the bottom right corner, love him! Appreciate GA Rep Doug Collins efforts.
@barrsniffsatjejuneanalysis good play by play. ☺
Excrutiating. Cannot imagine being in the heat of the moment and enduring that. Gaetz, Nunes, McCarthy on the right of screen shaking heads continually in disgust. Seems to be complicated for the parliamentarian staff to find the right rule to let the Speaker off the hook. As we now know, Pelosi was found to have violated the House rules on decorum against personally denigrating the POTUS, but the Dems then vote to skirt consequences preventing her from speaking further this day.
If you would like for me to disconnect from your original thread, am A-OK fine with that. Just intending to preserve your excellent quick C-Span source video. CSpan has biased commentary, but not a lot. Video is uninterrupted, continuous, and the audio is continuous when mikes activated. This is what I look for for real source info on government meetings and testimony. Continuous, unedited.
Those who label words as violence do so with the sole purpose of justifying violence against words.