Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler released the 55-page impeachment document today with a statement before the next hearing on impeachment on Monday.
Nadler’s statement begins with “I am pleased.” This is an odd intro for a “sad” moment in our nation’s history.
Nadler’s complete statement: I am pleased to make available a report prepared by the majority staff addressing constitutional grounds for presidential impeachment. The staff of the Committee on the Judiciary first produced a report addressing this topic in 1974, during the impeachment inquiry into President Richard M. Nixon, and that report was updated by the majority and minority staff in 1998, during the impeachment inquiry into President William Jefferson Clinton. Over the past several decades, however, legal scholars and historians have undertaken a substantial study of the subject. The earlier reports remain useful points of reference, but no longer reflect the best available learning on questions relating to presidential impeachment. Further, they do not address several issues of constitutional law with particular relevance to the ongoing impeachment inquiry respecting President Donald J. Trump. For that reason, the majority staff of the Committee have prepared this report for the use of the Committee on the Judiciary
The Democrats are doing everything they can to pivot away from the FISA Watchdog Report coming out on Monday. They want to muddy the waters, so the overload of information detracts from the real issue of corruption by the Deep State.
It’s being reported that the impeachment document covers “constitutional grounds for presidential impeachment, including bribery, abuse of power, betrayal of the national interest and corruption.”
“Impeachment is the Constitution’s final answer to a President who mistakes himself for a monarch.” – Impeachment Report
The statement above is the theme that Democrats have gone with implicating that President Trump considers himself a “monarch.” Several Democrats, including Nancy Pelosi
, have used this tactic and repeated it numerous times in the past weeks. Controlling the narrative is what Democrats understand and use to their advantage over and over.