The behavior of Democrats at this week’s “impeachment inquiry” in the House Intelligence Committee leaves little doubt that the House of Representatives will vote to impeach President Donald Trump.
They will do so on the basis of what liberal legal scholar Jonathan Turley rightly calls “the narrowest basis for impeachment in the history of this country.”
Republicans say they will hold a trial in the Senate. But, as Mark Levin argues, there is no reason to do so.
Quite simply, the Democrats provided no evidence of an impeachable offense — or any other kind of offense. Were it not for the media’s mob-like applause, they would have withdrawn the inquiry in shame.
Instead, they are said to be planning four articles of impeachment in the House Judiciary Committee (where the inquiry should have been handled in the first place): 1. Obstruction of Congress; 2. Obstruction of Justice; 3. Bribery; 4. Abuse of Power.