It's not easy to be on the receiving end when Wyoming Congresswoman Harriet Hageman wants some tough questions answered.

At a House Judiciary Committee hearing on Tuesday, Rep. Harriet Hageman (R-WY) spoke about border security.

'I Want You To Answer My Question' the congresswoman pushed.

The congresswoman was making the case that states have a constitutional right to defend themselves from invasion.

She also agreed that the Biden Administration is "commandeering the recourses of the states" by forcing them to battle the flood of illegal immigration, especially at the border states.

Essentially, most of the state's important resources are going to fight this flood of people rather than taking care of the usual needs of their states.

You can hear the exchange in the video below.

She makes the case that if the Biden Administration were doing its job of defending the border the states would not have to use so much of what they have to do it themselves.

The gentleman she was questioning wanted to argue Congresswoman Hegamen's definition of the use of the word "commandeering."

The two battle back and forth for a moment before Hageman shut him down.

I'm not going to engage unless you agree to engage on the terminology that you used, she said.

She then moved on to a less hostel witness, one that agreed with her point of view.

The gentleman she was then questioning defined what an "invasion" might be and if the states could consider what was happening at their borders, and illegal immigrants poured over in record numbers, an invasion.

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