Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) objected the Paul’s offer.
Durbin said he’s chairing a hearing soon on drones and that the resolution should be considered after that hearing.
“I invite my colleagues to join us if he wants to testify,” Durbin said. “But I believe it’s premature to schedule a vote on this issue now.”
Paul has been filibustering Brennan’s nomination until he gets answers from the administration on its drone program. Paul wants President Obama to say he will not kill U.S. citizens on American soil with drone attacks if they are non-enemy combatants. He says U.S. citizens deserve due process.