House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy raised the possibility Saturday of slapping Google with a subpoena if the tech giant refuses to send a chief officer to testify before Congress on censorship of conservative views.

Both Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg have agreed to testify Wednesday on Capitol Hill, but Alphabet, the parent company of Google, so far has balked at producing a top executive, offering instead a senior vice president, whom lawmakers rejected.

“They haven’t come forth, but I think they need to come forth,” Mr. McCarthy said on Fox News’ “Justice with Judge Jeanine.”

Asked how he would make that happen, the California Republican replied, “Well, remember the power of the subpoena.”

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