A Deep Dive into Communist Sympathizers in Congress Must be Done!

Most average Americans don’t have a Clue on How to Start an Investigation into such things…

Individuals who have become secret Fascists may have been embedded in America’s Congress. This kind of activity is part of How the Cold War works by embedding your Agents in your Opponents Parliament. And when it becomes overbearingly obvious, then there is nothing left but to do a Deep Dive into all of their Phone Calls, Texts, and Emails and Mail.
And the Crowning Jewel is How many boarded Russian Billionaire Yachts for private Parties and Donations? This is not New. But it hasn’t been deeply investigated like it was before in America. Yes, it has happened again?


The Hollywood Ten

The following ten individuals were cited for contempt of Congress and blacklisted after refusing to answer questions about their alleged involvement with the Communist Party:[79]

In late September 1947, HUAC subpoenaed 79 individuals on a claim that they were subversive and the supposition that they injected Communist propaganda into their films. Although never substantiating this claim, the investigators charged them with contempt of Congress when they refused to answer the questions about their membership in the Screen Writers Guild and Communist Party. The Committee demanded they admit their political beliefs and name names of other Communists. Nineteen of those refused to co-operate, and due to illnesses, scheduling conflicts, and exhaustion from the chaotic hearings, only 10 appeared before the Committee. These men became known as the Hollywood Ten.[80]

Belonging to the Communist Party did not constitute a crime, and the Committee’s right to investigate these men was questionable in the first place. These men relied on the First Amendment’s right to privacy, freedom of speech, and freedom of thought, but the Committee charged them with contempt of Congress for refusing to answer questions. Later defendants – except Pete Seeger – tried different strategies.[81]

Acknowledging the potential for punishment, the Ten still took bold stands, resisting the authority of HUAC. They yelled at the Chairman and treated the Committee with open indignation, emanating negativity and discouraging outside public favor and help. Upon receiving their contempt citations, they believed the Supreme Court would overturn the rulings, which did not turn out to be the case, and as a result, they were convicted of contempt and fined $1,000 each (or, over $10,700 USD in 2016 dollars, when adjusted for inflation), and sentenced to six-months to one-year prison terms.

HUAC did not treat the Ten with respect either, refusing to allow most of them to speak for more than just a few words at a time. Meanwhile, witnesses who had arranged to co-operate with the Committee (such as the anti-Communist screenwriter Ayn Rand) were allowed to speak at length.[82]