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GOP Sen. Cotton to Stall Biden Nominees until Congress Reviews Classified Docs

'I still have no clue what was in these documents. I’m not aware of any member of Congress that has any clue... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., has vowed to slow-roll all of President Joe Biden’s nominations in the Senate until Congress has a chance to sufficiently review the classified documents recently found in the president’s home.

According to Cotton, Congress should not cooperate with a president who is entirely unwilling to cooperate with Congress, reported Politico.

“I’m prepared to refuse consent or to fast-track any nominee for any department or agency. And take every step I can on every committee on which I serve to impose consequences on the administration until they provide these documents for the Congress to make our own informed judgment about the risk to national security,” Cotton said.

He also noted that “congress has an absolute right” to review “every single document or item or photo or box or picture or map that was at President Trump’s residence, President Biden’s residence and office, and for that matter, President Pence’s residence as well,” alluding to former Vice President Mike Pence’s recent admission that he also had classified documents at his home.

Per the senator, nobody in congress has the slightest idea what is going on, especially given the lack of cooperation on the part of the Department of Justice and the National Archives.

“I still have no clue what was in these documents. I’m not aware of any member of Congress that has any clue.”

Leftists in the upper chamber clung to language of bipartisanship, with some even suggesting that Republicans sit back and allow corrupt Attorney General Merrick Garland and his DOJ to manipulate the investigation.

“I’m sorry to see him try to find a way to obstruct the Senate. I’m hoping we can find a bipartisan way to get this done,” said Senate Majority Whip Dick Durbin, D-Ill. “The special counsel is investigating.”

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