REP. JAMIE RASKIN (D-MD): Mr. Chairman, some of our colleagues have been railing about what they call "cancel culture." I've just made a quick list off the top of my head of some people that right-wing conservatives have tried to censure or cancel, privately or publicly, or defund or boycott. Here's some of them. Congresswoman Liz Cheney, who they tried to kick off of her chairmanship of the House Republican Conference. Sen. Bill Cassidy from Louisiana. Sen. Richard Burr -- any of the 17 Republican members of Congress who voted to impeach and convict Donald Trump for inciting violent insurrection against the union.
ABC, ACORN, TV host Samantha Bee, Campbell's Soup, The Dixie Chicks, New York Times reporter Sopan Deb, comedian Kathy Griffin, Guinness, Hallmark, CNN commentator Marc Lamont Hill, Nike, Pepsi, The New York Times, the words "climate change" and "science-based" in numerous government agencies and documents, Starbucks, Target, and on and on and on.
So, do you find that the cancel culture is limited to one side of the political spectrum, or do you think there's a lot of right-wing cancel culture out there which really got this whole -- all the engines of censorship revved up?