Alan Dershowitz: House Violated Constitution By Impeaching The President

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President Donald Trump did not commit any impeachable offenses, but the House violated the Constitution to suggest he did and are, ironically, immune from reprisals, according to constitutional law expert Alan Dershowitz onĀ Newsmax TV.

“We all hear that the president is not above the law, but Congress is not above the law: When Congress impeached the president earlier this week, they committed six independent violations of the Constitution,” Dershowitz told “Saturday Report.”

“They violated the free speech provision. They violated the impeachment criteria. They violated the bill of attainder. They violated due process, on and on and on.”

Ironically, lawmakers are protected from legal culpability from their congressional actions, so unlike they are doing with the president, they cannot be sought for the allegations against them.

Read more at NEWSMAX.

{Matzav.com}

3 COMMENTS

  1. When I saw the headline I thought he was just shilling. When I read the article, I saw that there is actual merit to his claims.
    Although we will likely never find out whether or not his interpretation is correct, as it must go to court for that, and likely won’t

  2. > “as it must go to court for that”

    It can’t go court. the court has no jurisdiction. The Democrats on the court will claim no jurisdiction as an excuse for their partisan leanings (had the impeachment been of a Democrat those judges would have found an excuse to intervene) while the Republicans/conservatives on the court would stay loyal to their conservative interpretation of the Constitution that the court has no jurisdiction over the matter given by the Constitution exclusively to Congress.

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