The Democrats have again shown themselves to be a powerful political force, but whose community of “thinkers” is small and outclassed. They had the forethought to determine for themselves that former President Trump was eligible to be impeached, but failed to consider whether he was constitutionally eligible to be convicted. Nothing in their presentation indicates they gave … Continue reading Impeachment Journalism in the Media is not Comprehensive
The 1787 Constitutional Convention had as much difficulty coming to a conclusion about Impeachment as do the present day Congress and particularly the media. It is my opinion that the root cause of so much contradictory pronouncement is that Impeachment has an inherently too- powerful result. George Mason introduced Impeachment as a subject for the Convention to … Continue reading The Founding Fathers had Difficulty with Impeachment too.
The House of Representatives has passed articles of Impeachment for President Trump and formally delivered them to the Senate. Thus, former President Trump has been impeached. The enactment of the articles and their delivery completes this part of the process. Even though delivered after the President’s term, he is still impeached, but that conclusion is not universally … Continue reading Impeachment of Former President Trump
In summation of the Impeachment, the Constitution was observed in full by the Senate.
The summary below is paraphrased from the Senate Manual: Rules for Impeachment Section 1. After the articles of impeachment are presented in proper form to the Senate, at 1:00 afternoon of the day following presentation the Senate shall proceed to the consideration of such articles, and continue in session from day to day (Sundays excepted) to: a. Administer … Continue reading Procedures for Presidential Impeachment Trial in the Senate