Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Sen. Grassley says partisan lawsuits against President Trump should also implicate Hillary Clinton

Via Billy

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley is demanding plaintiffs of three separate lawsuits filed against President Trump, who claim the president violated an obscure Constitutional provision known as the Emoluments Clause, should also consider investigating violations allegedly committed by former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, since the basis of their lawsuits also implicate the former presidential candidate. The clause prohibits any person holding office from receiving gifts or payments from foreign governments without the consent of Congress and the chairman says the overwhelming evidence against Clinton should be made part of the ongoing lawsuits, which he says are both "partisan and narrow."

The Republican senator from Iowa also urged members of Congress to work with his committee to determine "whether legislation may be necessary to force agencies to remedies when the Clause is violated" and provided a litany of evidence he suggests shows that joint tax returns filed by Hillary Clinton and her husband President Bill Clinton revealed millions of dollars in financial earnings from foreign governments and entities connected to foreign governments.

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  1. The hypocrisy here is truly on an epic breath taking scale. They party of evil and traitors (aka democrats) are looking for that one grain of sand of misconduct to make into Mt Everest charge calling for the impeachment and removal of President Trump. Yet, those exact same people will every thing in their power and with no logic so twisted or warped as to excuse, condone and justify the numerous FEDERAL crimes and corruption committed by the Clinton crime cartel or by the antichrist Obama crime cartel.

  2. Brock, perhaps an incomplete thought on my part. When I used the word cartel in reference to both the Clintons and antichrist Obama, what I trying to bring to mind was not a cartel like OPEC but rather the likes of the Mexican drug cartel. The Mexican drug cartel(s) are evil, seemingly above the law. The corrupt everything the touch. The will commit murder and torture as a means of intimidation and "sending a message". To call them a criminal syndicate, while correct, seemed to be too mild of a word.

    1. To call them a criminal syndicate, while correct, seemed to be too mild of a word.

      Well, I don't want to sugar coat them! :) Thanks.