|00:00:00||HAVE BEEN ANY PHYSICAL CONTACT IN THIS INCIDENT.|
|00:00:05||I HAVE ALWAYS SUPPORTED LAW ENFORCEMENT AND WILL BE VOTING FOR H.|
|00:00:10||R. 756, EXPRESSING MY GRATITUDE AND APPRECIATION TO THE PROFESSIONALISM AND DEDICATION OF THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE U.|
|00:00:17||S. CAPITOL POLICE.|
|00:00:18||I AM SORRY THAT THIS MISUNDERSTANDING HAPPENED AT ALL AND I REGRET ITS ESCALATION AND I APOLOGIZE.|
|00:00:27||THANK YOU, MR.|
|00:00:31||THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE: THE GENTLEMAN FROM IOWA IS RECOGNIZED.|
|00:00:34||MR. NUSSLE: MR. SPEAKER, I ASK UNANIMOUS CONSENT THAT ALL MEMBERS MAY HAVE FIVE LEGISLATIVE DAYS TO REVISE AND EXTEND THEIR REMARKS ON HOUSE CONCURRENT RESOLUTION 376, WHICH THE HOUSE IS ABOUT TO CONSIDER.|
|00:00:46||THE SPEAKER PRO TEMPORE: WITHOUT OBJECTION, SO ORDERED.|
|00:00:49||PURSUANT TO HOUSE RESOLUTION 766, AND RULE 18, THE CHAIR DECLARES|
Ms. McKINNEY. Mr. Speaker, I come before this body to personally express again my sincere regret about the encounter with the Capitol Hill Police.
I appreciate my colleagues who are standing with me, who love this institution and who love this country.
There should not have been any physical contact in this incident.
I have always supported law enforcement and will be voting for H. Res. 756 expressing my gratitude and appreciation for the professionalism and dedication of the men and women of the U.S. Capitol Police.
I am sorry that this misunderstanding happened at all, I regret its escalation, and I apologize.