Impeachment is so that a person who is a danger to the country by putting himself above the law can be stopped. Should we wait until he launches nuclear weapons? Until he appoints Putin Head of the CIA? If you look at his behavior, he CONTINUES to act like Putin’s asset.
Shame on Apple!
Legal: Yes, diplomats and governments negotiate (quid pro quo) to acquire policies favorable to their countries and their citizens.
Illegal: What the President and his administration were negotiating was to get dirt on a political candidate, not for the American people; but for the President individually as a candidate for President. That is Quid Pro Quo that is illegal, unconstitutional, immoral and probably fatening.
If this court continues to ignore precedent, the Supreme Court will lose all credibility and will become meaningless just like Congress and the Department of Justice. We will become what the founding fathers wrote desperately to avoid, a monarchy controlled by foreign government influence.
Can you be the boss of an organization and still claim that you are not part of that organization. I’m not even a country lawyer, but I can see that to be the boss of an organization like the intelligence community you by definition must be part of that intelligence community.
Is he so stupid as to believe that because he doesn’t say it there can be no QPQ? He talks about needing info on Biden then has his subordinate stop the release of funds, makes more calls, then when caught, releases funds. His actions prove Quid Pro Quo far better than his words. If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, flies like a duck; it is a duck.
Based on past experiences, the answer must be “no”. When the voting rights act was weakened, most states immediately set out to increase the power of the governing political party. Corruption and bribery is too easy at state level.
Affordable Care Act’s ‘Cadillac Tax’ May Be Headed For Bipartisan Repeal : Shots – Health News – https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2019/08/14/750859901/cadillac-tax-on-generous-health-plans-may-be-headed-to-congressional-junkyard