Democrats play havoc with history, cite King Louis XVI in effort to impeach Trump | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Democrats play havoc with history, cite King Louis XVI in effort to impeach Trump

Imagine my confusion when I sat down with a hard copy of the ‘Constitutional Grounds for Presidential Impeachment’ - the Democrats' legal case for impeachment against Trump - and randomly flipped open to page 32, which began with not only a blast from the past, but from an altogether different country: “Many officials were impeached for non-criminal wrongs against the British system of government,” the line began, before naming “the Duke of Buckingham (1626), the Earl of Strafford (1640), the Lord Mayor of London (1642), the Earl of Orford and… Governor General Warren Hastings (1787).”

In case the reader missed the true essence of that quote, allow me to repeat it: “Many officials were impeached for non-criminal wrongs…” In other words, it appears that the Democrats are attempting to build an impeachment case against Donald Trump on the premise that it’s perfectly legitimate to oust a sitting President who has committed no real crime.

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