This. Is. Epic.
During a House Oversight Committee hearing last week, Department of Homeland Security Deputy Assistant Secretary Kelli Ann Burriesci tried to argue in favor of denying American citizens on the no-fly list their right to obtain firearms.
But when she admitted that those placed on the no-fly list are not afforded the chance to challenge the decision — and must instead petition the government afterward — committee member Rep. Trey Gowdy gave her a much-needed lesson on due process.