Ellison faulted King for arranging anecdotal testimony rather than inviting more law-enforcement authorities or experts in terrorism, including FBI or CIA agents. He said people who don’t know that would be inclined to see the hearing as a good idea.
“They think that we’re having a legitimate hearing based on real investigation,” Ellison said. “What we’re actually doing is having a theatrical performance not really designed to get to the heart of the matter.”
Wonder if you have thoughts on the cover design of Chairman Peter King’s most recent novel (about a Congressman in New York who, being threatened by Islamic terrorists, thwarts a joint I.R.A. – al Qaeda dirty bomb attack) in light of his “Muslim Radicalization Hearings”?