Notes on impeachment
On Dec. 8, Alan Dershowitz, Harvard Law professor emeritus and Democrat who voted for Hilary Clinton in 2016 and foremost expert on the Constitution, appeared on the “Life, Liberty and Levin” show to discuss the issue of impeachment.
He stated on the show: “It would be unconstitutional for Trump to be impeached by current inquiry.” He went on to say “any member of Congress who votes to impeach President Trump without finding that he is guilty of treason, bribery, high crimes or misdemeanors is violating their oath of office and abusing their power.”
Ken Starr, former U.S. Solicitor General and former independent counsel who headed the investigation of members of the Clinton Administration during the Clinton impeachment opined on Fox News Dec. 8 that there is “not a factual compelling case to impeach the President.”
Actually, the Democrats have yet to identify one crime the President has committed. All we have are a myriad of opinions with no facts except for an appropriate phone call that has become public and is somehow the basis of the Democratic drive to impeach the President.