“Conduct need not be criminal to be impeachable,” the group of professors wrote. “Impeachment is a remedy for grave abuses of the public trust.”
“If we cannot impeach a president who uses his power for personal advantage, we no longer live in a democracy, we live in a monarchy or a dictatorship.”
Trump “compromised national security to advance his personal political interests” and engaged in an “unprecedented campaign” of coverups to try to hide the truth.
Current and former law enforcement officials say the department “has a duty to investigate” and adds that is wrong to not launch a full investigation, which both Trump and Barr are trying to block.
“We just want to kill as many people as possible.”
This monarchy in disguise has been so exhausting and chaotic, it’s not in the least bit surprising so many citizens are disillusioned.
Michael Bloomberg, the latest to enter the already-crowded presidential candidate field, is spending more than $30 million of his massive wealth for the largest early-ad buy in presidential campaign history.