Will McClellan Be Called To Testify?

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Books, Bush, Cheney, Congress, Republicans, Rove, The Plame Game

That’s what one Dem congressman wants…

Today Congressman Robert Wexler (D-FL) called for former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan to appear before the House Judiciary Committee to testify under oath regarding the devastating revelations made in his new book on the Bush Administration’s deliberate efforts to mislead the American people into the Iraq War.

“The admissions made by Scott McClellan in his new book are earth-shattering and allege facts to establish that Karl Rove and Scooter Libby – and possibly Vice President Cheney – conspired to obstruct justice by lying about their role in the Plame Wilson matter and that the Bush Administration deliberately lied to the American people in order to take us to war in Iraq. Scott McClellan must now appear before the House Judiciary Committee under oath to tell Congress and the American people how President Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, Karl Rove, Scooter Libby, and White House officials deliberately orchestrated a massive propaganda campaign to sell the war in Iraq to the American people.”

McClellan certainly rang a lot of bells, didn’t he? I guess we may see how well his stories hold up after all.


This entry was posted on Wednesday, May 28th, 2008 and is filed under Books, Bush, Cheney, Congress, Republicans, Rove, The Plame Game. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

One Response to “Will McClellan Be Called To Testify?”

  1. Harry Says:

    Robert Wexler has been pushing for Cheney impeachment hearings from his position on the House Judiciary Committee whose Chairman, Conyers, has so far been resisting moving forward on H.Res. 333 (799). Wexler asks for citizens to help him by putting their names on the line in support of beginning hearings at http://www.WexlerWantsHearings.com.

    Hearings don’t mean impeachment and impeachment doesn’t mean removal from office. They are just hearings, a chance to talk openly about whether or not mischief occurred. Why not?

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