The article claims that the Paul Ryan's staff and other members of the leadership have been researching ways on how they can punish house Democrats.
Next Tuesday is when the vacation for House Republicans ends and they return to the floor, from where they expect to attack with promises that they will do so during September.
The article continues to say that the House Republicans are planning on sanctioning the House Democrats and, at the very least, as an option in order to prevent them from protesting again.
"GOP leaders want to make clear that such actions are 'not acceptable' and won't be tolerated."
House Republicans are leaning heavily on reports that some House Democrats were even knocking items out of staffer's hands while the House Republicans were apparently trying to restore order during the protest.
There is no doubt that the hearing will also include the recent news, saying that the United States has allowed Iran to violate certain mandates within the controversial Iran agreement in order to fast track the lifting of sanctions, which has also infuriated House Republicans who have always been opposed to the Iran deal from the very beginning.
According to The Morning Consult, Secretary of State John Kerry is likely to be called to that hearing.
Democratic Minority leader Harry Reid - according to Roll Call-- said last Thursday during a press meeting via conference call that Democrats will not allow a stop-gap measure that would "punt" funding into the next year, further saying that funding until December was the only option.
"Everyone should be alerted today to this: We are not going to agree to a long-term CR. We are not doing anything into next year. The Republicans should be made aware of that right now."
"I'm sure our members will discuss the length of the CR again next week when they're back. But remember, the only reason a CR is even being discussed is because Democrats — despite Reid's call for an end to the filibuster — are filibustering all the [appropriations] bills."
The fear is that there could be another government shutdown, which House Republicans allowed in 2013 when Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz managed to convince them to do it in order to gain leverage to kill the Affordable Care Act.
This was under then speaker John Boehner who seemed to believe that it would work. But since then, Republicans have been reluctant to do that again.
Judging from this, it's widely believed that House Republicans will push through to the rest of the election year with doing little to nothing at all.