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No matter how they come out, the #impeachment hearings that now appear to be on their way will turn out to be a long overdue family conversation and massive online civics course where we, as Americans, get to grapple with some really important questions. Leave your examples below
Please make all examples based on facts that were preserved in the #MuellerReport. You may not like his looks or style, but the man knew how to preserve a record.
Ex. 1: If a foreign power offers you help in an election, do you accept the help or do you call the FBI?
Ex. 2: If you continue to pursue potential business deals involving said foreign power, or any other entity looking to do business with you, and refuse to divest or put everything in a blind trust (or even make routine disclosures), have you made yourself susceptible to bribery?
Ex. 3: If you and/or your family members and business interests are susceptible to bribery or blackmail due to Ex. 1 and/or 2 above, have you put our national security at risk?
Ex. 4: If you try to interfere with law enforcement activity and dangle the prospect of pardons in front of your associates in exchange for not cooperating with said authorities, is that #ObstructionOfJustice?
Ex. 5: If you tried but failed to interfere with the wheels of justice, is that a high crime or a misdemeanor?
Please add your examples, sticking to facts established in the Mueller Report, and focusing on #HighCrimesandMisdemeanors set forth in the text and structure of the constitution. Vehement policy disagreements and failure to pay bills don't count. constitutioncenter.org/interactive-co…
.@ConstitutionCtr has background on #highcrimesandmisdemeanors - "maladministration" doesn't count. And for the facts of the #MullerReport, .@benjaminwittes and .@Susan_Hennessey's .@lawfareblog podcast, the Report, is a must-listen. shows.pippa.io/the-report/
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