2021: Nouvelle Administration Americaine Acte 7 / New American Administration Act 7

Mother Jones-Here’s the Bill Democrats Introduced to Impeach Trump

Abigail Weinberg
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The House of Representatives has once again drawn up an impeachment resolution against President Donald Trump, this time charging him with “incitement of insurrection” following last week’s riot in the US Capitol.

The House has threatened to consider the impeachment resolution on the floor as early as Wednesday if Vice President Mike Pence, along with Trump’s Cabinet, fails to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office. House Democrats’ request for unanimous consent to approve a resolution that would pressure Pence to do so failed on Monday after Republicans objected, but Democrats are confident the measure will pass in a full House vote on Tuesday.

The impeachment resolution, which is still subject to change, cites Trump’s refusal to accept the presidential election results and his January 6 statement that “if you don’t fight like hell, you’re not going to have a country anymore” as factors that led to the insurrection that day

“In all this, President Trump gravely endangered the security of the United States and its institutions of Government,” the resolution reads. “He threatened the integrity of the democratic system, interfered with the peaceful transition of power, and imperiled a coequal branch of Government. He thereby betrayed his trust as president, to the manifest injury of the people of the United States.”

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez-About impeachment!

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CNN-House Democrats plan to vote Wednesday to impeach Trump

By Jeremy Herb, Manu Raju, Lauren Fox and Phil Mattingly, CNN

Updated 9:49 PM ET, Mon January 11, 2021

(CNN)House Democrats plan to vote Wednesday to impeach President Donald Trump, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer told Democrats on a caucus call Monday, setting up an impeachment vote one week after rioters incited by Trump overran Capitol police and breached some of the most secure areas of the US Capitol.

The House will vote Tuesday evening on a resolution urging Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from power, and then plan to vote Wednesday at 9 a.m. ET on the impeachment resolution, Hoyer said.

Democrats formally introduced their impeachment resolution Monday(*), charging Trump with “incitement of insurrection” as they race toward making him the first president in history to be impeached twice. Wednesday’s vote underscores Democrats’ fury toward Trump and his supporters after months of false rhetoric about the election being stolen whipped the President’s most ardent followers into a deadly mob Wednesday that ransacked the Capitol, forced lawmakers to evacuate both the House and Senate — and could have been worse.

(*) http://www.cnn.com/2021/01/11/politics/house-articles-of-impeachment/index.html

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ¡Ni un día más!

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Commentaire:

Alors que les elus americains se preparent a discuter du 25ieme amendement a la Constitution en ce qui a trait au Presidfent M. Donald Trump, alors que demain les elus devraient se prononcer sur la mesure dite “d’impeachment” a l’endroit de M. Trump, j’ai reflechi un peu a ce qui s’est passe ces dernieres semaines et tenter… disons de comprendre un peu mieux la situation.

Pendant toute la campagne electorale, que democrates et republicains s’opposent, c’est normal… les elections ca sert un peu a ca. Que le Peuple decide! Mais une fois que le peuple a decide clairement, les tres nombreux recours devant la justice pour faire annuler ou reviser les resultats sans obtenir aucune annulation quelconque des voites des electeurs, le President aurait du s’en remettre a la decision des tribunaux. Si, comme il l’affirme, les elections avaient ete truquees, voire volees par les democrates, et s’il en avait des preuves formelles, il n’avait qu’a les etaler au grand jour. Le President ne peut quand meme pas se baser uniquement sur les ragots des couloirs… les rumeurs qui circulent ici et la… Alors pour affirmer que les elections lui avaient ete volees… c’est qu’il devait avoir des informations probantes lui permettant de le justifier. Mais le President americain
n’est pas qu’un elu comme les autres, il a l’autorite de demander la mise en accusation de personnes qui auraient pu participer a ces fraudes electorales, et en plus, a titre de President des Etats-Unis, il est aussi le Commandant en Chef des forces armees. Et, a ce titre il a le droit, non, il a le devoir de defendre la Constitution et les lois… Donc, s’il etait convaincu d’avoir les preuves de ce qu’il avancait dans les medias, il aurait du, pour defendre la democratie, de demander aux forces armees d’intervenir pour que l’on mette un terme a la vaste fraude electorale (lire les 2 articles ci-apres). Non au lieu d’agir dans la legitimite de sa charge, il a plutot inciter des gens a agir d’une maniere tout a fait violente et qui de surcroit violait les lois du pays. Ce qui m’amene a penser que il est fort probable que le President etait convaincu d’avoir perdu les elections mais que par orgueil il a voulu se venger des nouveaux elus democrates, ce qui est tout a fait
infantile. J’avoue ici, m’etre fait l’avocat du diable, mais l’exercice en valait le coup.

A mon avis, il a menti, sciemment, et a envoyer de tres nombreux partisans, certains les plus fideles, a eventuellement croupir derriere les barreaux pour les crimes commis par l’attaque du Capital. Trump vous a lache… Les Republicains honnetes(!!!) devront s’en rappeler car celui qu’ils ont suivi aveuglement les a tous envoyer se faire voir…


CNN Military Joint Chiefs condemn ‘sedition and insurrection’ at US Capitol as federal and local officials scramble to ensure security

By Nicole Gaouette, Oren Liebermann and Barbara Starr, CNN

(CNN)America’s most senior military leaders condemned the violent invasion of the US Capitol last week and reminded service members of their obligation to support and defend the Constitution and reject extremism in a statement that underscored the unprecedented challenges facing the country in the aftermath of the January 6 insurrection attempt by President Donald Trump’s supporters.

“We witnessed actions inside the Capitol building that were inconsistent with the rule of law. The rights of freedom of speech and assembly do not give anyone the right to resort to violence, sedition and insurrection,” said the statement, released Tuesday and signed by America’s most senior general, Mark Milley, and the entire Joint Chiefs of Staff, which is comprised of the heads of each military branch.

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CNN READ: Military Joint Chiefs statement condemning ‘sedition and insurrection’ at US Capitol

Updated 4:41 PM ET, Tue January 12, 2021

(CNN)America’s most senior general Mark Milley and the entire Joint Chiefs of Staff, which is comprised of the heads of each military branch, issued a statement Tuesday condemning the violent invasion of the US Capitol last week and reminding service members of their obligation to support and defend the Constitution and reject extremism.

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