Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Robert Reich - The Case for Obstruction of Justice (VIDEO)

Robert Reich's new video:

Obstruction of justice is an impeachable offense. It was at the heart of Richard Nixon’s impeachment. The parallel between Nixon and Trump is almost exact. There's already more than enough evidence of probable cause to begin an impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump. Our latest video explains.

Some top comments:

Dan Mccurdy It will never happen unless we win back the House. ...Which is entirely possible IF people get out and vote!

Impeachment proceedings start in the House. Clinton was impeached in the House because it was controlled by Republicans. He was not impeached 
in the Senate (which was controlled by Democrats). So he kept his job. 

Now, the Republicans hold the House so they're not going to start impeachment proceedings against their own party. 

Democrats must win back the House to get this nightmare out of office. Watch Georgia today and see if we win there. It's usually an uncontested seat because the Republicans have had a strong hold. But because of the Donald, it's a very tight race!

Hopefully Robert Reich will write a post explaining the process. Understanding that the proceedings are politically divided and start in the majority controlled House might actually get more people out to vote!

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Ziggy Nixon If there is even a shred of justice or decency left in our country, then we must see this to the end which will only be truly served with impeachment of 45, Pence and the jailing of any and all who's crimes go beyond just obstruction! Even though his legacy is already set - he will never escape his image as the dumbest CE nor the taint of his Russian owners - we must end this scourge!

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Richard Chapkis Trump admitted that he fired Comey to stymie the Russian investigation. That is obstruction of justice. Trump should be impeached for obstruction (among other offenses, such as his violations of the Emoluments Clause and his failure to faithfully execute his oath of office).