Monday, January 15, 2018

Race Baiter: MLK Would Have Wanted Impeachment Of President Trump

Denise McAllister is a cultural and political commentator for The Federalist, Real Clear Politics, and Hot Air. Today she posted a piece at PJ Media entitled, “Martin Luther King Jr. Tells Us To Take Personal Responsibility, Not Blame Others”.
One paragraph stood out: “Rage roams our streets looking for those to blame, always searching for fuel to maintain its fire. And there is always plenty to find in this fallen and imperfect world. Bitterness never fails to find a broken promise, a thoughtless word, a failed policy, or a lingering disappointment on which to feed.”
Enter Maxine Waters (D-CA), John Lewis (D-GA), Frederica Wilson (D-FL) and Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) who have announced they will skip President Trump’s State of the Union address on January 30.
Waters marked MLK Day on Twitter by suggesting the civil rights icon would have advocated for the impeachment of President Trump were he still alive today.
Jonathan Turley, a nationally recognized legal scholar who has written extensively in areas ranging from constitutional law to legal theory to tort law appeared on Fox’s The Story with Martha McCallum.  He noted that legislators do not need to be present for the SOTU and neither does the President.  He may merely deliver a written statement to the Speaker of the House.
“Having said that, it’s a long tradition.  The members have to distinguish between the officeholder and the office,” Turley said.  “It’s not about them.  People are really upset with their government.”  Turley called attending the address an “institutional responsibility.”

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