President Trump was impeached by the House Of Representatives having not committed a crime. He was acquitted by the Senate. However, this sets a new precedent for past office holders to be impeached; even without having been formally charged with or convicted of a crime. This opens a giant Pandora's box.
What does this mean for past office holders?
Who is impeachable?
Do they need to be charged with a crime or even convicted in order to be impeached?
When impeached, what happens to the work they did in government, is it undone?
In past episodes, below, I walk through the impeachment proceedings and why they are needed to make this next move possible.
The next move being to impeach past office holders.
We all have watched our past corrupted leaders walk out and congratulate each other on a job well done screwing over generations of Americans.
Now it's time for them to pay.
I welcome your thoughts in the comment section below.
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