After most Senate Republicans voted to cover up for a president who was impeached for demanding interference in our elections, Leader McConnell shamelessly picked up right where they left off and turned to filling the courts.
Chants of “Trump, Pence, out now!” were echoed by a cacophony of drums and horns on Capitol Hill. Speakers rose up to take to the stage, standing in front of a backdrop that screamed “REJECT THE COVERUP.”
This isn’t about Trump as much as it is about the precedent we want to set for future presidents. If we look away, we are all complicit in what comes next.
Support for conviction and removal of the president is being driven by women and the intensity of women’s negative views of Trump’s actions and job performance.
A president who is under the cloud of impeachment for abusing the power of his office and assaulting the legitimacy of our elections cannot be trusted to appoint judges who hold the duty of preserving and protecting our most fundamental rights, including our elections and the right to vote.
“His wrongdoing strikes at the very heart of our constitution,” Nancy Pelosi explained. “Our democracy is what is at stake. The president leaves us no choice but to act because he is trying to corrupt, once again, the election for his own benefit.”
Attorney General William Barr has presented a radical re-interpretation of what the framers of the Constitution had in mind when they set up the powers of three co-equal branches of government.
Fiona Hill. Jennifer Williams. Laura Cooper. Marie Yovanovitch. The names making headlines in the Trump impeachment inquiry are largely women’s.
The House of Representatives voted 232-196 Thursday to establish rules governing impeachment proceedings moving forward—and which set up the roadmap for the impeachment of Donald Trump.
“He is beyond any possible rational consideration.”