Democrat plays video of “wall of moms” singing “hands up please don’t shoot me” to make case against Barr

During a heated hearing, Democrat Rep. David Cicilline played a video of Portland’s “wall of moms” singing “hands up please don’t shoot me” in an effort to make his case against Attorney General Barr.

Cicilline prefaced the video by saying “I want to let you see now a video that fairly represents peaceful protests that is happening all across America that you conveniently omitted from your testimony and your statement.”

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Earlier in the day, Prior to Attorney General Barr’s House Judiciary testimony, Rep. Jim Jordan played a much longer extended video montage of violent protests.

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