Mr. Speaker, more inflammatory and partisan rhetoric is not going to add anything to the examination of facts.
The fact is that we have questioned the credibility of evidence or testimony that was given on this matter. It has not been personal. It has been dispassionate. It has been about the facts.
We have heard from a number of witnesses, all of whom Mr. Colvin would have had access to, would have been in contact with. Those individuals have been consistent. They have been clear.
We acted on their information. We will continue to do so. That is the way it works. We are acting on credible information. We do the right thing.