I am a United States Senator from the great state of Utah. Please help me restore constitutional leadership to Washington.
Sep 4, 2018 • 18 tweets • 4 min read
What is the real context of today’s #SCOTUS hearing? Here are some facts:
Over the next few days, senators will ask Judge #Kavanaugh questions about #SCOTUS cases, his record, and his qualifications. Some of these questions will be fair. Many others will be unfair.
Aug 2, 2018 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Democrats have made it clear that their goal is to bury the Committee in paper, just to delay a vote. Their minds were made up before Kavanaugh was even nominated. They don’t want to see the papers, they want to see his nomination stalled.
None of these papers will shine light on his legal approach. Being the inbox and outbox for a President doesn’t include giving legal advice; that’s the role for White House counsel, not the Staff Secretary.
The Due Process Guarantee Act would protect U.S. citizens on U.S. soil from being detained indefinitely without charge, counsel, or trial.
@SenFeinstein and I introduced the DPGA in 2012. It passed with 67 votes, but was somehow removed from the NDAA before final passage.
Mar 20, 2018 • 6 tweets • 1 min read
Some quick thoughts on @WSJopinion claims that the War Powers Resolution is unconstitutional: 1/6
The WSJ claims that the War Powers Resolution is somehow unconstitutional, citing no authority other than themselves and saying that presidents since then have regarded it as wrong or unconstitutional. 2/6