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2. Amtsenthebungsverfahren
#1
Debatte über Trumps Amtsenthebung  

Wunsch nach Rache oder ein cleverer Schachzug?
Nächste Woche endet die chaotische Amtszeit von US-Präsident Trump. Die Demokraten wollen trotzdem noch ein Amtsenthebungsverfahren. Das mag auf den ersten Blick wie reine Symbolik wirken – geht aber weit darüber hinaus....

https://www.t-online.de/nachrichten/ausl...bolik.html

(genau, wie beim ersten, maximal blamiert!)
 
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#2
FoxNews:  House Democrats introduce Trump impeachment resolution claiming president incited 'insurrection'

Die Hausdemokraten haben am Montag einen Amtsenthebungsbeschluss gegen Präsident Trump wegen Anstiftung zu einem Aufstand wenige Tage nach dem Aufstand im Kapitol eingebracht und erklärt, er rechtfertige Amtsenthebung, Gerichtsverfahren und "Amtsenthebung".  Die demokratischen Abgeordneten Ted Lieu, David Cicilline, Jamie Raskin und Jerrold Nadler stellten den Artikel der Amtsenthebung vor und beschuldigten den Präsidenten, seinen Amtseid verletzt zu haben.

rt:  "Anstiftung zum Aufruhr" – Demokraten leiten Schritte für Amtsenthebung von Trump ein

Die Demokraten wollen US-Vizepräsident Pence noch eine letzte Frist einräumen, um Präsident Trump abzusetzen. Dann wollen sie wegen des Sturms auf das Kapitol ein Amtsenthebungsverfahren im Kongress auf den Weg bringen – wegen "Anstiftung zum Aufruhr".
 
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#3
Pence Still Considering 25th Amendment Push, But It Depends On What Trump Does This Week
Vice President Mike Pence has not taken out of consideration invoking the 25th Amendment against President Trump in case his point-of-view becomes more sensitive in the days leading up to Inauguration Day, according to a report.
Pence’s team is worried invoking the 25th Amendment — which can be implemented to remove a president from office — or starting an impeachment process, might cause Trump to take action which puts the nation at jeopardy, a source told CNN.
Pence’s goal for now is to assure there’s a soft transition of power between the Trump administration and President-elect Joe Biden’s team, as well as making sure Biden is fit to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, the source told the network.
 
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#4
Democrats Cannot Impeach Trump, and You Can’t Impeach Him After Leaving Office: Dershowitz
Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz said Democrats have virtually no chance of successfully impeaching and removing President Donald Trump before Inauguration Day on Jan. 20.
“The case cannot come to trial in the Senate. Because the Senate has rules, and the rules would not allow the case to come to trial until, according to the majority leader, until 1 p.m. on January 20th, an hour after President Trump leaves office,” Dershowitz said in a Fox Business interview on Sunday.
Dershowitz, who defended Trump during the Senate impeachment trial about a year ago, suggested that the Constitution does not allow for impeaching a former president.
“And the Constitution specifically says, ‘The President shall be removed from office upon impeachment.’ It doesn’t say the former president. Congress has no power to impeach or try a private citizen, whether it be a private citizen named Donald Trump or named Barack Obama or anyone else,” he said.

(das ist jetzt schon wieder heiße Luft der Demokraten. Darf man gespannt sein, was sie nach 4 Jahren Trump-Bashing in einer der hrößten Krise politisch auf die Reihe bringen,)
 
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#5
Gingrich: Pelosi Pursuing Impeachment Because She ‘Fears the American People Might Pick’ Trump Again

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said on Tuesday that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is leading the Democrat-controlled House in impeaching President Trump yet again because she “fears the American people might pick him if they were allowed to” again down the road.
“The will of the American people has to be subordinate to the will of Pelosi. Trump has to be impeached to stop him from running again. Pelosi fears the American people might pick him if they were allowed to,” Gingrich said in the wake of Democrats pursuing another impeachment effort.
“What a formula for expressing Washington’s contempt for the people,” he continued:
The will of the American people has to be subordinate to the will of Pelosi. Trump has to be impeached to stop him from running again. Pelosi fears the American people might pick him if they were allowed to. What a formula for expressing Washington’s contempt for the people.
— Newt Gingrich (@newtgingrich) January 12, 2021
The House is slated to meet Wednesday to consider impeachment articles against Trump, according to House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-MD).
On Monday, Democrat Reps. David Cicilline (RI), Ted Lieu (CA), and Jamie Raskin (MD) introduced one article of impeachment against Trump — accusing him of inciting the chaos that occurred at the U.S. Capitol last week as lawmakers convened for a joint session of Congress to certify the electoral votes.
The article states that Trump “gravely endangered the security of the United States and its institutions of Government” and “threatened the integrity of the democratic system, interfered with the peaceful transfer of power, and imperiled a coequal branch of Government.”
A conviction in the Senate would not remove Trump from office, as the proceedings would not take place until after January 20, per Sen. Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) timeline. However, the upper chamber could prevent Trump from ever holding office again — something Gingrich identified as a motivating factor for the speaker.

https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2021/...e=facebook

(Ist doch klar,, was sollen die Demokraten nach 4 Jahren Trump-Bashing denn auf die Reihe bringen. Sieht man doch was sie in der Obama-Zeit gemacht haben. Obamacare ist das einzige an was ich mich erinnern kann. Und jede Menge Terror (IS) und jede Menge Krieg und Lügen)
 
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#6
Trump mit Anschuldigungen einzudecken könnte - telepolis wies darauf hin - evtl. auch dazu dienen, dass er nicht in der letzten Woche noch unangenehme Informationen ausplaudert, zu denen er als Präsident ja Zugang hatte.

Also nicht
- der Druck auf den Atomknopf - das darf man getrost den Hardlinern rund um Biden und seinen Russenfressern zutrauen
- auch nicht noch mehr Begnadigungen - das hat Trump schon gemacht

sondern Infos - die er über Twitter etc. nun bestimmt nicht mehr loslassen kann.
Ist zwar pure Phantasie - aber wäre schon interessant, was er zu Kennedys Tod zu sagen hätte, oder zu 9/11....
Nein, ich bin nicht so naiv, davon auszugehen. Ich drücke nur Phantasie aus.
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#7
Democrats Want to Impeach Trump to Prevent Him From Potentially Running in 2024

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a “60 Minutes” interview that aired Sunday night that one of the motivating factors for some in the new effort to impeach President Trump and remove him from office is to eliminate any chance he has of being elected again.
Last week’s riot at the U.S. Capitol Building has quickly become one of the greatest challenges to Trump’s presidency. Democrats and some Republicans blame him for his overheated rhetoric leading up to the unrest that led to five deaths and dozens of arrests.
Leslie Stahl, the correspondent, mentioned some of the possible outcomes for Trump to Pelosi and pointed out that there is a chance that he somehow manages to leave office and run for president again.
When a mob of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol, some made their way to Speaker Pelosi’s office. In a recording from one of Speaker Pelosi’s staffers, the invaders are heard banging on a door her staff had barricaded while they hid under a table. https://t.co/CNmQcAs9av pic.twitter.com/ymt3CI0hHi
— 60 Minutes (@60Minutes) January 11, 2021
Pelosi responded that the prospect of Trump running for president again is one of the motivations “that people have for advocating for impeachment.”
She said that she prefers using the 25th Amendment “because it gets rid of him.”
“But there is strong support in the Congress for impeaching the president a second time,” she said. “This president is guilty of inciting insurrection. He has to pay a price for that.”
Pelosi, referred to the president in a letter to colleagues as an “imminent threat” to both the U.S. Constitution and democracy. In the letter Sunday, Pelosi said the House will act with “great solemnity” with less than two weeks remaining before Trump is set to leave office.
“In protecting our Constitution and our Democracy, we will act with urgency, because this President represents an imminent threat to both,” she said. “The horror of the ongoing assault on our democracy perpetrated by this President is intensified and so is the immediate need for action.”
The House action could start as soon as Monday as pressure increases on Trump to step aside. A Republican senator, Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania, joined Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska in calling for Trump to “resign and go away as soon as possible.”
On Monday, Pelosi’s leadership team will seek a vote on a resolution calling on Vice President Mike Pence and Cabinet officials to invoke the 25th Amendment, with a full House vote expected on Tuesday [Moved to Wednsday]....

mehr https://anti-empire.com/democrats-want-t...g-in-2024/
 
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#8
Abgeordnete debattieren über Amtsenthebung von Donald Trump

Nach dem Sturm auf das Kapitol haben die Demokraten ein Amtsenthebungsverfahren gegen Präsident Trump in die Wege geleitet. Nun kommt es zur ersten großen Abstimmung. Verfolgen Sie die Debatte live.
 
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#9
Watch Live: House Votes On Impeachment After Debate
"The article of impeachment accuses Trump of "willfully inciting violence..."
 
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#10
Die Aussichten auf eine #Amtsenthebung Trumps schwinden. Senatschef #McConnel hat einen Antrag auf eine Dringlichkeitssitzung abgelehnt. Damit kommt der US-#Senat nicht mehr vor dem 19.Januar zusammen,einen Tag vor der #Biden Vereidigung. #ImpeachmentDay #USA #Trump #ImpeachTrump

Nur 7 der Republikaner haben dem Impeachment zugestimmt.
 
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