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Pelosi Must Go! Our Constitutional Crisis Requires Strong Leadership.

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To argue that Trump actually wants the Democrats to begin impeachment proceedings against him is utter hogwash and everyone knows it, including Nancy Pelosi.
Related: Nancy Pelosi’s Argument Against Impeachment, Based on the Clinton Impeachment, Doesn’t Make Sense.

Rich Procida, LA Progressive
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May 24, 2019 | The House Democrats who wanted to replace Nancy Pelosi two years ago were right. She is not up to the task. We are in a constitutional crisis, and she is failing us.


If she doesn’t have the stomach to prosecute Donald Trump, she should step aside and find someone who does.



What we need to do at this time is to protect and strengthen our democratic institutions. Not only are we under attack from foreign governments like Russia,our institutions are failing us. We need a Speaker who will defend the Constitution and not shy away from a fight for political reasons.

Rich Procida: Author at LA Progressive, is an attorney and co-author of Social Issues in Global Perspective: Pornography (Lexington books, 2003). He writes biblical commentary for clergy, pastors and lay leaders and produces a podcast called “Bible Study for Progressives.”

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Related:

Nancy Pelosi’s Argument Against Impeachment, Based on the Clinton Impeachment, Doesn’t Make Sense. Compiled by David Culver, Ed., Evergreene Digest.

  • http://media.gettyimages.com/illustrations/image-with-words-associated-with-the-topic-impeachment-word-cloud-illustration-id800381754?s=170667a&w=1007Part !: Nancy Pelosi’s Argument Against Impeachment Doesn’t Make Sense
  • The only … question is where one draws the line between conduct that is impeachable but does not mandate impeachment and conduct that is so bad that impeachment becomes a constitutional obligation.
  • Part 2: What Nancy Pelosi Learned From the Clinton Impeachment
  • Interviews with the House speaker’s old friends and colleagues offer a window into her reluctance to pull the pin on a political grenade.


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