Oversight of Domestic Enemies in White House
Some suggest Congress has "no role" in overseeing the White House.
Their oath of office requires the opposite.
White House counsel needs to explain why they are inducing others not to fully assert their oath; what rewards they have provided for not enforcing the oath of office; and how they have punished people for doing what is required: Protecing the Constitution from the domestic enemies in the White House who violate the Supreme Law.
Those who assert Members of Congress have "no role" in overseeing the domestic enemies in the White House are arguably reckless criminals inducing others not to fully assert their oath.
Is there a reason that the White House staff continues to induce others not to fully assert their oath of office requirements; or do the war criminals on the White House staff plan to save this explanation for the War Crimes tribunal?
There is no statute of limitations for war crimes. Those on the White House counsel's staff who are proven guilty of inducing others not to fully assert their oath; or not enforce the Geneva conventions may be lawfully adjudicated with the death penalty.
Perhaps the White House staff may wish to reconsider their "perception" that nobody has oversight over the war criminals in the White House. To argue such would form the basis that there is a White House conspiracy to induce Members of Congress to join them in an illegal rebellion against the US Constitution. It remains to be seen which combat forces they have used to wage war against the United States constitution; how the NSA resources as a military unit have been used to wage war against the American people; and how personnel in the White House and National Security Council have jointly agreed not to prevent this illegal use of US combat forces against the American public.
There is a reasonable basis to oversee enemies in the White House who defy their oath, remain a threat to the Constitution, and who have levied war against the United States government/constitution/We the People. They may be domestic enemies, but they do not have immunity against treason and war crimes. They remain subject to oversight. If they do not agree to oversight, then they have impermissibly put themselves above the Constitution.
Their continued use of combat forces against the American Constitution, We the People, and those who have taken an oath amounts to unlawful warfare and treason, especially when they have openly provided funding to foreign fighters engaged in active combat operations against We the People.
Even when their illegal rebellion ends, the mandatory oversight required under the oath of office shall never end.