The prevailing chorus of “We’ve never indicted a sitting president,” continues as it becomes obvious to even dim-witted Republicans that Trump’s fall is not only an inevitability, but a constitutional necessity. After the new House is sworn in, the magic number is 10. That would be the number of GOP Senators who would need to vote for conviction for the Congress to remove Trump, and make Pence president. But short of a national crisis greater than the current nightmare, that’s not likely to happen.
But it’s becoming increasingly likely this President has committed multiple felonies, and whether that bothers his base of racists or Ann Coulter(ish) opportunists, a nasty cocktail of hate, the law demands that we indict Trump for crimes against our nation.
Which brings me back to the cry, “We can’t indict a sitting president.”
For the record, we indicted Aaron Burr the vice-president and all he did was shoot someone. There is nothing in the Federal code that prohibits the Attorney General from asking a Grand Jury to indict Trump, and remove him from office while awaiting trial. Nothing but the partisan Republican hacks who endanger our nation with their self-serving suck at the teet of Trump’s dark popularity.