On Monday, House Judiciary Committee officially launched a probe into potential “obstruction of justice” by President Trump. 81 individuals and organizations associated with Donald Trump got document requests with a two weeks ultimatum to respond. In which failure to do so, could be hit by legally binding subpoenas.
Among the list of names are;
Donald Trump Jr
- Julian Assange and many others.
This has been the most aggressive move made by Democrats in the last three years of their every effort to go after Donald Trump. Not only is his business under scrutiny, but the democrats have taken on a new low to dissect the President’s Family. (Related; Keep Digging! Clinton Urges Congress To Pursue Russia Collusion, Even If Mueller Comes Up Empty)
Dem. Rep. Jerrold Nadler speaking to ABC on sunday, said
We do not now have the evidence all sorted out and everything to do an impeachment. Adding that Before you impeach somebody, you have to persuade the American public that it ought to happen.
In an effort to do that, Chairman Nadler claims Trump “has evaded accountability for his near-daily attacks on our basic legal, ethical and constitutional rules and norms.” Bringing possible Impeachment to the table, following the allegations of public corruption, obstruction of justice and abuse of power.
Nadler said “We will act quickly to gather this information, assess the evidence, and follow the facts where they lead with full transparency with the American people.” adding that “impeachment is a long way down the road”
At the White House, Trump was asked if he would cooperate with Nadler’s probe. “I cooperate all the time with everybody,” he said, adding, “You know the beautiful thing? No collusion. It’s all a hoax … It’s a political hoax.”
The founding sacred principle of American criminal justice system which says ‘a defendant is innocent until proven guilty’ works for all americans, of course with exemption of President Trump.
Even though through the years of countless investigation by Democrats, no evidence has been found. Chairman Nadler already told reporters a “Yes I Do” answer when asked if he believed Trump was guilty.