Comment: No one is denying her 5th amendment right.

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No one is denying her 5th amendment right.

There are rules and procedures to courts and congressional testimonies. Nothing will prevent her from pleading the 5th under new questioning. However, she provided testimony under oath and gave assertions that the Congressmen have the right to question those assertions. If she chooses to plead the 5th to those questions, then she can, but if she makes an assertion under oath in testimony, then the congress has the right to cross-examine that assertion. You don't go into court and have a defendant give his testimony only to say NO I will not be cross examined. Once assertions are made under oath, then the congressmen have a right to question those assertions. NOTHING will prevent her from being able to answer "I plead the 5th" in a new question session.

"Tu ne cede malis, sed contra audentior ito."