1/ - The End
Bear with me because it's going to take some serious wordcount and sourcing for me to comfortably spell all this out.
Richard Nixon was charged on three articles of impeachment, and as of yesterday, when the White House failed to release Donald Trump's
Article I, constitutional impeachment of Nixon. "...using the powers of his high office, engaged personally and through his close subordinates and agents,
On July 8, 2017, Donald Trump Jr. made a statement to the New York Times regarding the recently-uncovered Trump Tower meeting. He claimed there had been “no follow-up” after the June 9, 2016 meeting. nytimes.com/2017/07/08/us/…
This proves that the president’s subordinates and son lied to Congress and the FBI with
Since this also proves that Don Jr. lied to Congress, congressional investigators are making plans to ask Donald Trump Jr. to return to Capitol Hill. Ultimately, he will likely be indicted.
Fox News's Chris Wallace
Article II, constitutional impeachment of Nixon. "...repeatedly engaged in conduct violating the constitutional rights of citizens,
Drawing a Line:
There are at least four counts of slam-dunk obstructions of
-Mueller Report Vol I, pages 77, 113, et al (obstruction)
-Mueller Report Vol II, pages 177, 178, & footnote 1091 (this one's a banger)
Adding to this, today Trump objected to his aides testifying before Congress
The problem with this planned assertion is that, per Attorney General Bill Barr, Trump has already waived executive privilege on McGahn, twice: First, when
This is such a legally unfounded assertion of executive privilege that Trump’s lawyers should be sanctioned; search Rule
This week, Trump and his administration are doing just that.
1. Ten years of Trump's financial records from Mazars USA, for which Elijah Cummings, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee, issued a friendly subpoena last month, after a request for such from
On April 22nd, the Times reported that Trump is suing the Oversight Committee to try to block it.
The Oversight Committee is investigating allegations from Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen that the president artificially inflated and
Cummings requested similar documents last month from financial giant Capital One, which also asked for a friendly subpoena.
2. Trump's tax returns, requested by House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal.
We make landfall on November 3, 2020.
I love you all. Thank you.