Big Tech leaders failed miserably in their much-anticipated hearing before the House Judiciary Committee earlier this week, basically lying through their teeth. The shameful performance was a display of deception and cowardice for Google’s Sundar Pichai, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and Apple’s Tim Cook. Matt Stoller, research director for the American Economic Liberties Project emphasized that this was the most important Congressional hearing on corporate power since the 1930s, where the four CEOs faced questioning for the first time on their shady policies from well-prepared members of the committee. “These guys seem like they’re titans of industry, but all they really pay attention to is making sure that the toll booth that they control is in working order,” Stoller says. “But the rest of it–they don’t care.” Here’s more with Stoller and the “Rising” crew in this edition of The Hill.