HomeNews WireRep. Brian Mast UNLOADS on Democrats About Death of Soleimani, COMPLETELY Silences the Room Editor January 17, 2020 Because the Democrats are now proven enemies of democracy and of the United States, they logically have been condemning the killing of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani. Democrats are so blinded by their hatred of President Trump that they are willing to advocate for a known terrorist who has killed hundreds and hundreds of American soldiers rather than supporting our country, our President, and our troops. Florida Rep. Brian Mast is tired of it and as a veteran who lost both of his legs and a finger in Afghanistan, he called out the Democrats in such a remarkable way that he actually sent the entire room into complete silence! Rep. Mast pointed out the memorial wall which has the names of fallen soldiers due to terror and asked an important question: “Some people might call this rhetorical, but I’m not going to ask it as rhetorical: there’s a number of my colleagues still remaining here. I am more than willing to yield to any of my colleagues that want to answer this question: If you walk out this hallway, and you take a right, and another right, and another right, you’re going to come to several beautiful walls that have the names of our fallen service members from the war on terror. And I would ask, can any of you provide me one name on that wall that doesn’t justify killing Soleimani? I’ve got two minutes and thirty seconds. I’ll be more than happy to sit here and wait. Somebody provide me with a name on that wall that does not justify his killing.” "I got two minutes and 30 seconds," the Florida Republican continued. "I'll be more than happy to sit here and wait. Somebody provide me with a name on that wall that does not justify his killing." After about 15 seconds, House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Eliot Engel, D-N.Y., said Mast could continue talking, but he stood firm. "I'm continuing Mr. Chairman," he replied. "I've got two minutes remaining, I will sit here and wait for somebody to provide me with a name on that wall that does not justify the killing of Soleimani." After another 10 seconds of silence, Engle said Mast had made his point and attempted to move on to another member. Mast said he had not yielded back the remainder of his time and had a right to continue waiting, while Engle accused him of disrupting the proceedings. "I think you've made your point. You're out of order," Engel repeated. After that, another colleague yielded a minute of his time to Mast to continue.