Members of the House, for the first time anyone can remember, read the Constitution aloud on the House floor to commemorate the beginning of a new Congress, one day after the 435 members were sworn in.Jay Sekulow was just on Hannity talking about how important it is to read the Constitution. Well, not the icky parts we don't like or want to talk about.
But they didn't read the whole Constitution, exactly: They read the document as amended. That left out, among other things, the three-fifths clause, which deemed slaves less than full people for population-counting purposes and was only eliminated by the Thirteenth Amendment and the abolition of slavery.
No integrity in these guys. None that I've seen so far.