There is a risk that we could see a Berlin digital wall.-Rep. Ro Khanna in The New York Times describing China's inherent threat to democracy in the digital realm “The question is, are the values of liberty, privacy and freedom of speech going to be embedded in technology platforms? China’s platforms do not have many of the values that liberal democracies believe in.”
The Constitution makes it very clear that Congress, not the President, has the authority on matters of war and peace. You should give it a read sometime, Mr. President.-Rep. Barbara Lee, announcing the formation Tuesday of the "No War in Iran Caucus," which opposes military force in Iran without congressional approval.
We have no choice: Congress must begin an impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.-Rep. Eric Swalwell in a June 13 opinion piece in The Atlantic.
People should, in my view, be proud of having support from technology leaders.-Rep. Ro Khanna, quoted in The New York Times for an article on Democratic presidential candidates courting Silicon Valley donors, and in some cases, calling for the break up of Big Tech.
Release the report.
Release the report.
Release the report.
Release the report.
Release the report.—Rep. Eric Swalwell on Twitter Friday afternoon following news that special counsel Robert Mueller has wrapped up the report on Russian collusion. Swalwell's tweet included the sentence eight more times.
It’s completely unpresidential. Instead of assuring the nation about what happened in New Zealand and saying we condemn those kind of hate crimes, he’s tweeting. —Rep. Ro Khanna on CNN Monday criticizing the President Trump's response to the mass murder of Muslims by a lone gunman in New Zealand.
#BREAKING: Roger Stone given best shot at beating charges. A gag order.—Rep. Eric Swalwell mocking Trump associate Roger Stone on Twitter after a federal judge order him Friday to refrain from talking about his case in public. Stone once called Swalwell  a "yellow-bellied coward," among other things.
These are policies every American should support, every person should support who cares about the fate of our planet.—Rep. Ro Khanna Friday on Washington Journal offering support for a "Green New Deal" in Congress.