In much the same way that Kansas City weed lovers raised a ruckus today over City Hall procedure . . . GOP Missouri and Kansas members of Congress crashed a meeting and then held a press conference.
A roundup of today's hot mess in the House is
Three lawmakers from the Kansas City region were among the group of House Republicans who disrupted the House impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
In the chaotic aftermath, Rep. Roger Marshall, R-Kansas, told reporters that between 15 and 30 GOP lawmakers stormed the secure room where impeachment hearings are taking place in an effort to force House Democrats to make the proceedings public.
Rep. Steve Watkins, R-Kansas, and Rep. Vicky Hartzler, R-Missouri, were also among those who participated. All three have competitive races next year in which President Trump’s support could be crucial.
And so . . .
MISSOURI & KANSAS CONSERVATIVES ONCE AGAIN ENTHUSIASTICALLY JUMP ON THE PREZ TRUMP BANDWAGON AS 2020 ELECTION SEASON APPROACHES!!!
Check the roundup and our favorite impeachment news links tonight . . .
The Hill: Republicans storm closed-door hearing to protest impeachment inquiry
Atlantic: Impeachment Just Became Inevitable
BBC: Trump impeachment: Five takeways from 'explosive' testimony
CNN: After Republicans storm hearing room, Defense official testifies in impeachment inquiry
Axios: Adam Schiff is Democrats' Ken Starr
LA Times: What’s really happening inside the impeachment inquiry room stormed by Republicans
NYPost: MLB investigating umpire who threatened to buy rifle over Trump impeachment
You decide . . .