We looked inside some of the tweets by @tribelaw and here's what we found interesting.
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Here’s the full video of that answer if anyone wants to see his full statement - also says Congress is within their rights to impeach and Trump deserves it https://twitter.com/thisweekabc/status/1119284104460005376?s=21 …
Exactly right! @PeteButtigieg on target — as usual!
A great example of potentially impeachable oath-defying dereliction of duty: Trump responding to Mueller Report by taking a victory lap rather than doing anything at all to protect our election systems from ongoing Russian attack. Not treason, exactly, but treachery for sure.
.@PeteButtigieg’s perfect answer when asked re impeachment: “There’s plenty of evidence showing that Trump should be impeached, but since I’m not in Congress I’m focused on replacing him the old-fashioned way.” So much better than the prepackaged crap most candidates serve up.
But of course public hearings guided by the redacted report’s incredibly helpful roadmap must not await the outcome of the predictably protracted subpoena litigation. Hearings looking to possible impeachment must begin immediately. If not sooner!
The Trump administration posted an unsearchable pdf of the Mueller report so it would be harder for you to read. We made it easier. Here’s a searchable version: https://www.scribd.com/document/406729844/Mueller-Report …
Here’s a searchable version:
This is a welcome change. @tribelaw wrote a whole book recommending against impeachment. Now he sees it is essential to explore it. https://twitter.com/tribelaw/status/1119221406141702145 …
Glad @jonathanalter agrees, but the book @JoshuaMatz8 and I wrote didn’t “recommend against impeachment.” It argued that the decision to impeach is a grave one and mustn’t be taken unless and until the dangers of holding back exceed those of moving forward.
It’s premature to decide the damning facts Mueller reported won’t matter pre-2020. Live testimony can shake even seemingly settled loyalties. That’s what made all the difference with Nixon. @RepRaskin @RepSwalwell @RepJerryNadler @RepAdamSchiff @RepCummings @RepMaxineWaters
“Rather than being exculpatory, the brazen, public nature of the president’s apparent obstruction” — and collusion — “is one of the reasons it presents such a grave threat to our democratic values.”
“The fact that much of the evidence of Mr. Trump’s obstruction occurred in plain view of the American people diminishes neither the seriousness of that conduct nor the need for further inquiry.”
“The greatest risk at this moment in our history is . . . that we will send a clear message to future would-be authoritarians that our institutions cannot withstand a naked assault on the proposition that no person is above the law.”
This is a vital reminder of the grave threats to national security that @RepAdamSchiff & the Intel Committees must investigate now. @jgeltzer & @rgoodlaw perform a major public service with this MUST READ op-ed about our seemingly compromised president:
Congress should but likely won't use the Mueller Report as a basis for impeachment. It will likely investigate, however. Attention should focus on WHY Trump repeatedly denied Russian interference. No innocent answers for POTUS. http://www.dorfonlaw.org/2019/04/mueller-report-counterspin-we-still.html …
I agree with @dorfonlaw ⬇️