There Is No Good Case for Impeachment
In the next phase of the impeachment proceedings currently underway against President Donald Trump, the task of the House of Representatives will be to determine what offenses are impeachable and whether the facts, as found by the House Intelligence Committee, constitute such impeachable actions.
This should not be a difficult job. Perhaps we can save Congress some time and, based on what we have seen publicly discussed, make those determinations.
The Constitution provides, in Article II, Section 4, that impeachable offenses are “Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” The Constitution defines treason as waging war against the United States or giving aid and comfort to the country’s enemies. A few rabid Trump haters have accused him of treason, but offer no evidence to support their assertion.
To borrow a phrase from Jerry Nadler...— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) November 29, 2019
Since the impeachment charade is moving to his Judiciary Committee, I guess he’s the one leading a “lynch mob” against @realDonaldTrump.
What a hypocrite.https://t.co/c4UF1Ufx7a