Judicial Misinterpretation That May Facilitate Fall of the Republic - Granting the USA House an un-Constitutional investigative power in endless search of impeachable offenses will allow the House's political majority to weaponize it against any President
11-4-19, * -- Today’s Democrat Party is not self-restrained by the said good and the bedrock principles that are foundations of America as it is disrespecting even some of those principles spelled out in the Constitution and its Amendments. In the heat of contested debate between the advocates of President’s Trump impeachment and his defenders, an issue of much larger importance than the fate of this ONE president. If the pro-impeachment House majority has its way and keeps investigating the President for possible “high Crimes and Misdemeanors” as it pleases … then how he, and future Presidents, who happened to be disliked by the House’s majority, are supposed to carry on their executive power vested in them by the Constitution?
The said majority political party in the US House of Rep may easily overwhelm the President with endless inquiries and subpoenas to the point that he and the Executive Branch will not be able to fulfill its Constitutional duties. This obstruction of Presidential executive power, if and when it takes place, will likely weaken the country to the point that it may no longer resist the external and domestic threats.
Although the Constitution gives the House of Representatives “the sole Power of Impeachment”, it does not give it an authority to investigate the President for possible impeachable offenses. In particular, the Constitution does not delegate to the House the power to engage in “fishing expeditions,” searching for possible crimes when there is no evidence that some specific crimes have been committed.
Judicial misinterpretation of the existing
power of Congress to investigate
There has been no Supreme Court ruling (not yet) regarding the authority of the House to investigate a President for possible impeachable offenses... In the worst-case scenario, the said future ruling may facilitate the fall of the Republic, unless the Court properly recognizes the likelihood of such a consequence under the current circumstances of one party attempting to use the Constitution as a weapon against its political adversaries and conflating the idea of checks-and-balances with hostility and contempt towards the duly-elected President.
A (non-exhaustive) list of proposed limitations needed to be expressly imposed on any Congressional investigation that pertains to political matters follows; currently none have been articulated and the House’s majority shows no signs of intention to self-constrain itself:
The framers of the Constitution did not envision that branches (or their parts) of the US Federal Government may become hostile to each other, or to the Republic, to the point that they would actually attempt to weaponize their powers for their own political advantage rather than exercising them in good faith for the good of the Republic and the Nation.
The Supreme Court may have an opportunity to weigh-in on this critical issue in the context of Congressional pre-impeachment investigations; if they decide it wrong then the Republic may fall and the Court will forever share the blame for it.
*Excerpted and adapted full original report here from Canada Free Press, Mark Andrew Dwyer here https://canadafreepress.com/article/judicial-misinterpretation-that-may-facilitate-fall-of-the-republic
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