Tucker: Some questions Pelosi will have to answer

December 6, 2019 |

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  • Helen Hartmann

    12/10/2019 01:06 AM

    Pelosi, looked like she was high on drugs. Adan Shiff looked a space cadet. I can't beleave these people are running out country. Both need to have full physical evaluations. My dog has a higher than the 2 of them put together.

  • Wally Sloan

    12/06/2019 01:56 PM

    I fear that before this attempt to impeach has failed the Democrats will have trumped (yes, I said it) up another terrible thing this president has committed. And on and on and on.

  • Joanne Buck

    12/06/2019 10:46 AM

    THE DEPT OF JUSTICE GROUP OF ATTORNEYS MET REGARDING THIS LETTER AND SAID THERE WAS NOTHING OF CONCERN OR CRIMINAL IN THIS PHONE CALL. A NONBIASED GROUP OF ATTORNEYS. THE ETHICS AGENCY AS WELL. The Constitution’s Article II, Section 4 commands that a president may be removed from office only for “Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.”
    Accordingly, Congress must base its decisions whether to impeach and to remove a president from office on a factual, politically neutral record demonstrating whether the president actually has committed, in the Constitution’s language, “Crimes.”
    This plain text tells us that impeachment is not a device by which a disgruntled Congress may negate the voters’ political choice, even if Congress honestly believes a duly elected president’s policies are unsound or you disagree with him. Rather, Congress must approach the matter whether a president has committed constitutional “Crimes” as if it were jurors in a courtroom.