What better occasion to draw attention and public pressure to the House Judiciary Committee, than the birthday of House Judiciary Chair Bob Goodlatte (R-VA).
This September, we are joining , Alameda For Impeachment, Free Speech For People, and other key allies are joining together for a month-long social media campaign to celebrate the September 22nd birthday of Rep. Bob Goodlatte and to call on him to launch an impeachment investigation of President Trump.
This month, we’ll send more than a birthday message to Rep. Goodlatte — we’ll remind him that it’s not too late to do the right thing. Continue reading…
IMPEACH DONALD TRUMP NOW ACTIVISTS LAUNCH CROWDFUNDED BILLBOARD IN PALM BEACH, FLORIDA NEAR MAR-A-LAGO
Citing Interference with a Criminal Investigation, Violations of the Domestic and Foreign Emoluments Clauses, Nearly 1.2 Million People Are Calling on Congress to Start an Impeachment Investigation Now.
PALM BEACH, FL – August 31, 2017 – The Campaign to Impeach Donald Trump – a growing national movement of close to 1.2 million people – launched a billboard, funded by hundreds of small donations, on Southern Boulevard, the road leading to Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort, urging Congress to begin an impeachment investigation now.
With the recent publication by Donald Trump, Jr. and The New York Times of emails leading up to a June 2016 meeting between senior officials of the Trump Campaign and a Russian lawyer with alleged links to the Russian Government, the Campaign to Impeach Donald Trump Now is now including additional grounds in its call for an impeachment investigation. Our proposed congressional resolution, as now revised, would mandate that the House Judiciary Committee investigate whether sufficient grounds exist to impeach President Trump, including but not limited to:
(1) obstruction of justice;
(2) violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause and Domestic Emoluments Clause of the United States Constitution; and
(3) conspiring with others to: (a) commit crimes against the United States involving the solicitation and intended receipt by the Donald J. Trump campaign of things of value from a foreign government and other foreign nationals; and (b) conceal those violations.
Did Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with a Russian attorney break laws? Sue O’Connell of New England Cable news asks Ben Clements, former federal prosecutor, former chief counsel for Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick, and the Board Chair of Free Speech for People on her July 12 show.