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Setting Brushfires 11-12-2019: Insider’s Intelligence: Impeachment, Whistleblowers & Cons – Oh My!

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On today’s episode of Insider’s Intelligence on Setting Brushfires, Intelligence Analyst Brian Boyd joins me to discuss the impeachment inquiries going on against President Donald Trump. We’ll be asking some questions regarding impeachment, motives and whether or not any of it is credible.

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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Articles and previous show concerning the alleged “whistleblower.”

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Impeachment: All you need to know (and you do need to know it)

Federalist 66:

So far as might concern the misbehavior of the Executive in perverting the instructions or contravening the views of the Senate, we need not be apprehensive of the want of a disposition in that body to punish the abuse of their confidence or to vindicate their own authority. We may thus far count upon their pride, if not upon their virtue. And so far even as might concern the corruption of leading members, by whose arts and influence the majority may have been inveigled into measures odious to the community, if the proofs of that corruption should be satisfactory, the usual propensity of human nature will warrant us in concluding that there would be commonly no defect of inclination in the body to divert the public resentment from themselves by a ready sacrifice of the authors of their mismanagement and disgrace.

Federalist 77:

Except some cavils about the power of convening EITHER house of the legislature, and that of receiving ambassadors, no objection has been made to this class of authorities; nor could they possibly admit of any. It required, indeed, an insatiable avidity for censure to invent exceptions to the parts which have been excepted to. In regard to the power of convening either house of the legislature, I shall barely remark, that in respect to the Senate at least, we can readily discover a good reason for it. AS this body has a concurrent power with the Executive in the article of treaties, it might often be necessary to call it together with a view to this object, when it would be unnecessary and improper to convene the House of Representatives. As to the reception of ambassadors, what I have said in a former paper will furnish a sufficient answer.

Misdemeanor

MISDEME’ANORnoun Ill behavior; evil conduct; fault; mismanagement.

1. In law, an offense of a less atrocious nature than a crime. Crimes and misdemeanors are mere synonymous terms; but in common usage, the word crime is made to denote offenses of a deeper and more atrocious dye, while small faults and omissions of less consequence are comprised under the gentler name of misdemeanors.

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