By Pete Riehm
Guest Writer 

Impeaching the American voters and the Constitution


January 30, 2020

Impeach is defined as “to charge with a crime or misdemeanor” or it also means “to cast doubt on.” In the hurried hyper-partisan House Impeachment inquiry against President Trump, the House failed to make any criminal charges or even connections unlike the bipartisan impeachment of Bill Clinton with eleven criminal charges citing specific statutes. The two articles of impeachment passed without a single Republican vote were purposely nebulous.

The two articles, “abuse of power” and “obstruction of congress,” were obviously made broad, so fevered Democrat minds could insert...

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