Impeachment: Is Pelosi Guilty Of Obstruction Of Justice, & Has Donald Trump Actually Been Impeached?
Has President Donald Trump actually been impeached? Is House Speaker Nancy Pelosi guilty of obstruction of justice? Will the Bidens answer for their crimes? Are the American people even aware of the unconstitutional legislation and treaties that are being authorized right under their noses while being shrouded in the WWE match of “impeachment”? Intelligence Analyst Brian Boyd joins me in this segment to discuss these issues and more.
Brian Boyd is a 30-year-plus professional intelligence analyst and counter terrorism specialist. He is a former Green Beret and was part of the leadership of the Joint Special Operations Command which oversees the Special Forces, SEAL Team Six and the Delta Force. He has also served in the Departments of Defense, Justice & Treasury.
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IMPE’ACH, verb transitive [Latin pango, pactus.]
1. To hinder; to impede. This sense is found in our early writers.
These ungracious practices of his sons did impeach his journey to the Holy Land.
A defluxion on my throat impeached my utterance.
[This application of the word is obsolete.]
2. To accuse; to charge with a crime or misdemeanor; but appropriately, to exhibit charges of maladministration against a public officer before a competent tribunal, that is, to send or put on, to load. The word is now restricted to accusations made by authority; as, to impeach a judge. [See Impeachment.]
3. To accuse; to censure; to call in question; as, to impeach one’s motives or conduct.
4. To call to account; to charge as answerable.
IMPE’ACH, noun Hinderance.
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