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Hit The Road Nance, And Don’t Come Back..

When will House Speaker Nancy Pelosi send the articles of impeachment onto the Senate for trial?

 

Nobody seems to know for sure, but many in her party are growing impatient over the delay. It could be that Nancy wants to make sure the trial is rigged in favor of impeachment, but the Majority Leader in the Senate, Mitch McConnell, is not cooperating.

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Pelosi rushed the impeachment proceedings through the House with no real evidence, which made the Democrats look ridiculously partisan. Now Pelosi is sitting on the process, which also makes her and her party look ridiculous.

Pelosi’s road to impeachment is a waste of time. It takes our country in the wrong direction. It’s a dead end.

—Ben Garrison

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  1. January 13, 2020
    Subj: Hold Representatives Nancy Pelosi, Jerrold Nadler and Adam Schiff Accountable for the Fraudulent Impeachment of President Trump.
    To: Honorable Missy Irvin, Arkansas State Senator,
    I see in the news that you are interested in righting the sham impeachment of President Trump. I regularly research and write on that matter. Perhaps the following information will be helpful to you.
    Please independently research the law and supporting facts for these allegations. You probably know the facts because they are public knowledge or you are privy to them through your official activities.
    Representatives Nancy Pelosi, Jerrold Nadler and Adam Schiff (“Perpetrators”) are serial liars and are not credible. (Congressional record, Google and news media.) For the stated reasons, justice demands that they be held civilly and criminally accountable. They are not above the law.
    I, like you, have the right and privilege to report violations of laws. (Motes v. United States (1900) 178 US 458, 461 & 463.)
    During investigations related to the formal impeachment inquiry and subsequent impeachment of President Trump, the Perpetrators denied President Trump the protection of the Bill of Rights. Our Supreme Court has ruled that “The Bill of Rights is applicable to investigations as to all forms of governmental action.” (Watkins v. United States (1957) 354 US 178, 187.) Pelosi, Nadler and Schiff clearly violated that ruling.
    For the stated reasons, Pelosi, Nadler and Schiff are in legal jeopardy.
    First, there are two Articles of Impeachment: 1) abuse of power and 2) obstruction of Congress. Neither Article springs from a Constitutional enumerated or implied authority for impeaching the President. Therefore, the Articles are not within the “sphere of legitimate legislative activity.” (Tenney v. Brandhove (1951) 341 U.S. 367.) It is alleged that the Perpetrators knew/know the Articles to be fatally flawed.
    Second, because the impeachment activity is not in the “sphere of legitimate legislative activity,” the Perpetrators do not have the protections of the Speech or Debate Clause. (Tenney, supra, ibid.) It is false that House members can do or say whatever they like without incurring liability: “In no case has this Court ever treated the [Speech or Debate] Clause as protecting all conduct relating to the legislative process.” (Hutchinson v. Proxmire (1979) 443 US 111, 131.) And: “We are unable to discern any ‘conscious choice’ to grant immunity for defamatory statements scattered far and wide by mail, press, and the electronic media.” (Hutchinson, supra, at 132.)
    Third, their conspiring to deny the protections of the Bill of Rights violates 18 U.S.C. § 241 – Conspiracy Against Rights.
    Fourth, their conspiring to effectuate the illicit impeachment activity violates 18 U.S.C. § 371 – Conspiracy to Defraud United States. (Hass v. Henkel, 216 U.S. 462 (1910), and Hammerschmidt v. United States, 265 U.S. 182 (1924).)
    Our Constitution and laws give us the tools to protect our Constitutional Republic. It is up to us to use them. I wish you well in your endeavors to hold persons accountable.
    Sincerely,
    John Lucas
    Buttonwillow, CA
    Cc/Bcc: POTUS, AG Barr, Republican Members of Congress, et al.
    C:\Communications\20.0113_Missy Irvin, Senator, R-AR18.wpd

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