First Congressman agrees with Public Advocate to impeach Hillary Clinton Now
First Congressman agrees with Public Advocate to impeach Hillary Clinton
The Washington Post reports:
"Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) recently floated the idea to the Associated Press's Erica Werner: "There probably ought to be" impeachment hearings."
Eugene Delgaudio president of Public Advocate says "our legal team proposes a strict and logical application of recent revelations as "found evidence" hidden by the perpetrator of the criminal acts and therefore punishble by Congress."
This is contrary to the reasoning of the Washington Post. While the Washington Post concedes Congressional action could happen at some point after the election, it is Public Advocate's position and others, that upon discovery of the previously hidden evidence of wrongdoing that fuels the impeachment proceeding now.
A House Republican already wants to impeach Hillary Clinton
DELGAUDIO REFORMS CLINTON INVESTIGATIVE COMMISSION
"Back in 1996, I formed an adhoc group called the Clinton Investigative Commission (CIC) to promote the impeachment of Bill Clinton. Over one million petitions were collected and Congress impeached Bill Clinton and the Senate voted 50-50 not to convict, says Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate.
"I recently announced the formation of the CIC to this time promote the impeachment of Hillary Clinton. And National Review as posted elsewhere on this Public Advocate website explicitedly agrees it is Congress's job and within its power to do so, says Delgaudio.