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December 9, 2016

Republican Electoral College Elector Says Trump Could Be Impeached – One of the key points of Republican Electoral College elector Christopher Suprun’s argument against Trump is that the president-elect refuses to acknowledge that Constitution forbids him from accepting payments and gifts from foreign governments, which could lead his impeachment.
Suprun explained why he won’t be voting for Trump in The New York Times, but it was the point below that stuck out as a problem that will dog Trump’s presidency:

Mr. Trump does not understand that the Constitution expressly forbids a president to receive payments or gifts from foreign governments. We have reports that Mr. Trump’s organization has business dealings in Argentina, Bahrain, Taiwan and elsewhere. Mr. Trump could be impeached in his first year given his dismissive responses to financial conflicts of interest. He has played fast and loose with the law for years. He may have violated the Cuban embargo, and there are reports of improprieties involving his foundation and actions he took against minority tenants in New York. Mr. Trump still seems to think that pattern of behavior can continue.

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June 11, 2008

24 House Republicans Vote for Impeachment Hearings with all Democrats

Filed under: Impeachment Evidence,Republicans for Impeachment — Mikael @ 2:51 pm
House Sends Impeachment to John Conyers
by Bob Fertik

By a bipartisan vote of 251-166, the full House of Representatives sent Dennis Kucinich’s 35 Articles of Impeachment to the Judiciary Committee.
That means Chairman John Conyers now has the power to decide whether to hold impeachment hearings – or not.
Incredibly, 24 Republicans voted with 227 Democrats; the 166 no votes came exclusively from Republicans.
So what will Conyers do? When the Downing Street Memo was published on May 1, 2005, worked closely with Conyers to hold the famous basement hearings featuring Cindy Sheehan, Ray McGovern, and John Bonifaz. In August 2006, Conyers published all of the evidence of Bush’s crimes in The Constitution in Crisis. Many of us believed he would begin impeachment proceedings if Democrats won the House, which they did that November.
But in the spring of 2006, Nancy Pelosi declared impeachment “off the table.” And when Democrats took control and Conyers was sworn in as Judiciary Chairman, he fell firmly into line behind the Speaker. (Conyers insists Pelosi did not threaten to deny him the Chairmanship.)
Since 2005, Conyers has received millions of impeachment petitions. Hundreds if not thousands of activists have spoken to him personally. But he remains adamantly opposed to hearings, for one simple reason: he fears it will hurt the Democratic candidate for President (now Barack Obama) in November.
Of course there isn’t one scintilla of evidence to support Conyers’ fear. It is based entirely on the 1998 election, when Newt Gingrich turned the Starr Report (published online on September 9) into a campaign issue but lost a small number of seats by overplaying the issue in TV ads. Despite those small losses, Republicans held the majority and voted to impeach Clinton 6 weeks after the election, on December 19. And two years later, despite a massively unpopular impeachment, Republican George Bush got close enough to Al Gore to steal the election. And one reason it was close was that Democrats believed impeachment made Clinton too “toxic” to campaign even in Arkansas, which would have put Gore over the top in the Electoral College even without Florida.
Of course there is no comparison between impeaching Clinton for consensual sex and impeaching Bush for 35 High Crimes, including a disastrous war of aggression based on lies. And the difference is reflected in polls – only 26% of Americans wanted to impeach Clinton in 1998, while 43% of Americans wanted to impeach Bush in our last poll on July 8, 2007. (Of course the Corporate Media refuses to ask about impeachment in their own polls. You can email all the pollsters here.)

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May 6, 2008

Republicans Fighting For Impeachment

Filed under: Impeachment Evidence,Republicans for Impeachment — Jodin Morey @ 9:15 pm

The time has come to rescue the Party of Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt and Dwight D. Eisenhower from the extremists on the right who call themselves Republican by name only, when in fact they have only been using and abusing the Party toward their own nefarious ends. Many traditional Republicans are feeling betrayed and now realize that Bush & company do not stand for traditional Republican values such as fiscal responsibility, small government, national security, family values, rugged individualism, and non-intervention in international affairs. It has become abundantly clear that Bush and Cheney have not only failed to achieve any of these goals but have in fact worked against those ends to achieve the exact opposite.
If you are a Republican or a former Republican who would like to come back, or you know a Republican who sees how this Administration is ruining this country, our Constitution, the environment and our standing in the international community, go to and sign the guest book.
We will be leading a delegation of Republicans for Impeachment to Washington, DC to deliver our Petition for impeachment to the Republican members of the House Judiciary Committee.
Remember: Impeachment will happen when (1) the people want it; and (2) it is non-partisan. The Republicans supporting impeachment is the key to restoring our nation. It is quite clear now that no other party can rescue the Constitution.

Susan C. Serpa

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