MSNBC: You Don't Need an Underlying Crime to Impeach

MSNBC: You Don’t Need an Underlying Crime to Impeach


Say what now?

I had to do a double-take when I first saw this headline….

Then I had to actually WATCH the clip to believe it was actually on the air.

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Yes folks, I had to actually watch 2:12 minutes worth of MSNBC.

It was naseauting at times, stupifying at other times…but sure enough, that’s what they’re pushing on MSNBC.

I’m no constitutional law scholar, but I do believe the standard is that there must be a “high crime or misdemeaner” right?

I mean….the word CRIME is right in the constitution, is it not?

Bill O’Reilly had more analysis:

During Wednesday’s MSNBC impeachment special coverage, Ari Melber tried to change the standards for impeachment by claiming that no crime is needed for the President to be removed from office. Acting as though he was designated the moral arbiter of the panel, Melber made his legal analysis while stressing the importance that Americans’ hear his words; “There is a larger stupidity here that’s important. Because Americans are watching this. You don’t need an underlying crime to remove a President.” Fellow MSNBC host Nicolle Wallace then made a point to drag the Russia investigation into the conversation: “You also don’t need an underlying crime to obstruct justice. Which was the parallel, right.” Melber then continued, “No, you don’t. Exactly.”

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