Impeachment Has to Be Based on Proofs Not Presumptions Law Professor Jonathan Turley Continues to Shred Dems

Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) called in four constitutional lawyers to testify before Congress today. Democrats were allowed to pick three to testify, and Republican were only allowed one.

Republicans surprised the Democrats by picking a Democrats as their choice to testify against their sham.   Professor Jonathan Turley, a long time liberal Democrat, is in fact the Republican witness to the Nadler impeachment panel on Wednesday.

The Democrat Turley absolutely destroyed his fellow Democrats in their’ latest coup attempt.

During the Republican time to question the witnesses Turley made several points that shredded any remaining validity to the impeachment sham left in the room.

Turley argued that you can impeach on a non-crime but noted how this would be unprecedented in US history. He added, “Impeachment has to be base on proofs, not presumptions.”

Professor Turley also noted that this was “the narrowest impeachment in history.”

Jonathan Turley, “If you make a high crime and misdemeanor out of going to the courts, it is an abuse of power. It’s YOUR abuse of power.”

Turley, a Democrat, is the lone Republican witness on Wednesday and is doing an incredible job blowing holes in this sham impeachment process.

Watch his earlier testimony here:

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Also another witness Harvard Law School professor Noah Feldman, one of the Democrats’ star witnesses called to testify before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, authored an op-ed in May lamenting the lack of seriousness surrounding efforts to impeach President Trump, and admitting that House Democrats “made it painfully clear that discussing impeachment is primarily or even exclusively a tool to weaken Trump’s chances in 2020.”

Feldman authored an op-ed featured in Bloomberg in May titled, “It’s Hard to Take Impeachment Seriously Now” .

Impeachment was intended by the constitutional framers as a highly serious option reserved for only the most extraordinary, egregious violations of the rule of law,” he wrote.

“Today’s discussion treats impeachment as a trivialized gambit within the ordinary game of electoral politics. The undermining of the constitutional ideal is near-total,” he continued, calling it “almost laughable.”



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