The Supreme Court has decided to hear arguments to dismiss the ridiculous charges brought against President Trump by the Democrats in the House of Representatives. Art Tubolls, head clerk for Justice Neil Gorsuch, says the decision was unanimous and not along party lines:
“Every justice agreed that the arguments should at least be heard, regardless of how unconstitutional they may be. It’s their job to determine that with a ruling.
“It’s likely that the five Trump-friendly justices will, however, vote to dismiss the charges.”
This is great news for the Republicans, who are already circling the Senate wagons to protect their president. Mitch McConnell has promised that they’ll acquit no matter what the evidence says, showing that they are still unified behind the President.
The Democrats, on the other hand, are trying desperately to make their case that abuse of power and obstruction of justice aren’t things a president should do, even though Obama did it a whole bunch and so did Clinton. They try to use George W Bush as an example, but his abuses were war-related and therefore classified and non-impeachable.
At some point, someone will have to teach these Democrats about the Constitution and how to work within its boundaries, as well as how to side-step it when necessary, like when it’s time to protect a great leader like Trump.