Listen: Even with Known Hot Mics, Democrats Still Mock Prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance

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Thursday, Florida Republican Rep Matt Gaetz addressed his fellow committee members:

“I want to extend a welcome to the new committee members. I’m grateful to be back on this august committee and I understand and appreciate the significance and importance of the work that we do.”

“And I just think it would be nice in the spirit of national unity and national pride which I know we all aspire to do to a greater extent than at the beginning of each meeting the chair, or one of the designees of the chair, would have the opportunity to lead us in the Pledge of Allegiance,” Gaetz said.

“We’re all aware that in these times it’s important for the country to see members of congress working together on some things and while I know we can deal with divisive issues in the committee, uh, it would be my hope we could start every committee with a great unifying, patriotic moment. I yield back,” Gaetz concluded.

Rep Jerry Nadler (D-NY), Chair of the House Judiciary Committee curtly stated, “Unnecessary.” His spokesperson, has yet to make a comment on why he deemed this request, unnecesary.