|Photo Credit - Comedy Central: Rep. Matt Cartwright line of questioning|
with Michigan Embattled Governor Rick Snyder on the
Flint Water Crisis Revealed Key Details Of What Snyder Knew and When
If one is trying to hide guilt, do not attend a Congressional House Oversight Committee Hearing with Congressman Matt Cartwright (D-PA) in attendance. Representative Cartwright's line of questions to Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (R) was a Master's Class of "How to convict an elected official - 101".
In Case You Missed It is a new feature of Independent Underground News & Talk featuring on Friday's the best political related video, story or highlight of the week. For the week of March 11, the "In Case You Missed It" award proudly given to Congressman Matt Cartwright.
Prior to being elected to Congress in 2012, Cartwright worked as an attorney and partner at Munley, Munley and Cartwright, a Scranton, Pennsylvania law firm specializing in representation of consumers and small businesses in personal and business litigation, prior to landing in Washington, D.C.
Cartwright experience in consumer litigation was self-evident during his questioning of Michigan Governor Rick Snyder on March 17, as the Representative keenly tied when Snyder exactly knew or should have known, when the water was poison in Flint, Michigan.
The Congressman from Scranton successfully penned Gov. Snyder down when he asked Governor Snyder about the receipt of a letter from then Flint Mayor Dayne Walling (D), in January 18, 2015. In the letter. Mayor Walling wrote specifically to Snyder, Walling stated he needed state assistance because "There is nothing more important right now than fixing (Flint's) Water Problem."
After a rigorous line of questioning, Representative Cartwright masterfully had a reluctant Snyder to admit that as late as seven months before ever visiting Flint, he knew the embattled city was dealing with an extreme clean water crisis of some nature.
View Congressman Cartwright's Questioning of Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, below:
Excellent Job Rep. Cartwright for the people of Flint, Michigan, and Independent Underground News & Talk proudly award the first "In Case you Missed It" award, in your honor.