Selected, not elected, the White House imposter masquerades as cognitively detached from reality dementia Joe.
Law Professor Francis Boyle prepared a “bill of impeachment against” the White House occupant to “stop (the US regime’s) war with Russia.”
Below is the crux of it, impeaching him “for (indisputable) high crimes and misdemeanors.”
Complicit congressional Dems (and Republicans) should be impeached with him, notably Dem leadership — including Speaker Pelosi, Senate Majority Leader Schumer and House Majority Leader Hoyer.
The White House imposter (and complicit congressional members) “violat(ed) (their) constitutional oath.”
When sworn into office, the executive “solemnly swear(s) (or affirm(s) (to) faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.”
Members of Congress “solemnly swear (or affirm to) support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic…”
Time and again, they vow one thing, then defy the rule of law by flagrantly breaching it — especially all things related to war and flu/covid kill shots.
All of the above constitute “high crimes and misdemeanors.”
Article I of Boyle’s “bill of impeachment” accuses the White House imposter of “violat(ing) his constitutional oath” as stated above by “engag(ing) in a campaign of non-neutral acts and belligerent acts and acts of war against the Russian Federation without the express authorization of the United States Congress in violation of the (Constitution’s) War Powers Clause” — stating the following in Article I, Section 8:
Congress alone, not the executive, is authorized “(t)o declare war.”
Despite no ambiguity about US constitutional law, the last time Congress exercised its exclusive authority was against Japan on December 8, 1941, a day after the Pearl Harbor attack.
The White House imposter also breached the 1973 War Powers Act.
It requires a congressional declaration of war, or a national emergency created by an attack on the US, its territories, possessions, or armed forces, for the executive to engage in foreign hostilities.
It requires the president to notify Congress within 48 hours of committing forces to military action abroad.
It prohibits them from remaining over 60 days, a further 30-day withdrawal period allowed.
According to the UN Charter — that’s automatically constitutional law under its Supremacy Clause — use of force by one nation against another is only permitted in self-defense against an attack or imminent one — never preemptively, how all US wars were waged post-WW II.
Article II of Boyle’s “bill of impeachment” accused the White House imposter of “engag(ing) in a campaign of non-neutral acts and belligerent acts and acts of war against the Russian Federation in violation of the United States Neutrality Legislation set forth in 18 U.S.C. Section 960.”
It prohibits military action “against the territory or dominion of any foreign prince or state, or of any colony, district, or people with whom the United States is at peace.”
The above applies, or should apply, to the entire world community of nations.
None threaten US security.
Throughout the post-WW II period, hegemon USA’s only enemies were invented.
No real ones existed since 1945.
So US regimes invented them to justify what’s unjustifiable.
Along with hot wars, the empire of lies wages them by other means against dozens of invented enemies — ones free from its control, ones unwilling to sell their sovereignty and souls to a higher power in Washington.
Article III of Boyle’s “bill of impeachment” accused the White House imposter of breaching the 1907 Hague Convention.
Article 25 of the Laws of War: Laws and Customs of War on Land (1907 Hague IV Convention) states:
“The attack or bombardment, by whatever means, of towns, villages, dwellings, or building which are undefended is prohibited.”
As a “contracting party” to two 1907 Hague Conventions — relating to land and naval war — the US is legally bound by their provisions.
The same goes for the four Geneva Conventions and their 3 additional protocols, what defines the rights and protections of noncombatants in times of war.
And Nuremberg Principles that forbid “crimes against peace, war crimes and crimes against humanity, (including) inhumane acts committed against any civilian population, before or during the war.”
The White House imposter and vast majority of congressional members breached all of the above international and constitutional laws.
They warrant “impeachment and trial, and removal from office.”
Accountability is warranted to hold them responsible for flagrantly breaching the rule of law in pursuit of their imperial aims and self-interest.
Throw Charlie McCarthy out!
Every US President should have been impeached for High Crimes
I might add,
All the Democrats
But 3/4 of the Republicans are just as Guilty of Propagating and Funding this War.
Harley Schlanger quoted NeoCon Repub Sen Ben Sasse
Sounded like John Birch.
Mitch McConnell is “all in..”
Both Wings of the War Partiy
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Hear, hear! Hear, Hear! Professor Boyle, Mr. Lendman: Hear, Hear!
(Professor Boyle has been indefatigable, indomitable, ‘unimpeachable’ for decades in his principled support of the Palestinian people’s legitimate rights and aspirations. He is a true American jurist and patriot and doer. All the scofflaw POTUSes and their acolytes, legislative critter et al should be similarly impeached for not adhering to the core national-security and legal/moral/ethical/humanitarian instincts and imperatives of the USA vis-a-vis its malevolent “entangling alliance” with — ergo, treason with respect to — militant/political Zionism and its platform arrogating and committing uber-Apartheid on the ‘holy’ land.)
You don’t impeach a traitorous criminal. You simply REMOVE him. Impearchment is a mistaken admission that he got there lawfully.
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