I don’t understand why you are excerpting the Constitution about impeachment. You seem to be purposely claiming that I wrote “impeachment” unconstitutional. The question I raise is whether evidence gained for impeachment that is obtained unconstitutionally can be used in the trial. The fruit of a poisoned tree as I wrote before.
As you wrote, it actually does not take a Constitutional scholar to interpret these things…though I think we both know the robes make these decisions The 4th Amendment seems pretty clear, though the robes have decided differently. Judges and courts have still not pinned this down, as they should have by now. My “digital effects” are protected here by any “reasonable” interpretation of this also excerpted from the Constitution.
Fourth Amendment — Protection from unreasonable search and seizure. The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
You really need to focus on THAT issue, the dragnet surveillance issue. It seems as if your hatred of #45 blinds you to these constitutional breaches caused by this broad and secret surveillance program. If it brings down #45, it has to be OK would seem to be your position. The ends do not justify the means. I want to save the republic. The republic is much more important to me that impeaching #45.
Ron Wyden clearly cares about the republic. Here again, you seem to have selective blindness when you search for things that you claim are false, you then come back to report you cannot find it. The most casual Google search Ron Wyden Dragnet Surveillance yielded many hits. Here is a link from only a few months ago. In the SECOND PARAGRAPH, in the FIRST SENTENCE “phone records dragnet” are WORDS FOUR THROUGH SIX.
raw URL -> https://www.wyden.senate.gov/news/press-releases/wyden-paul-amash-and-lofgren-introduce-bipartisan-bill-to-permanently-end-mass-nsa-surveillance-of-phone-records-
I am earnest if I am anything. I have spent thousands upon thousands of dollars attempting to energize my fellow citizens to take back their country. It is frustrating but driven by patriotism and a true desire that freedom and liberty do not perish from this earth. This means that things like paper ballots have to be my focus NOT impeachment. Impeachment won’t restore the republic, but paper ballots might.
I am jousting with you, defending myself against allegations that are CLEARLY not true in this effort. You have twice made comments that would make casual readers think I was claiming that impeachment itself is unconstitutional. Such misdirection does not make me think you are earnest, especially given your level of education.
I guess I need to make allowances here given the severity of partisan blindness affecting the citizenry. The partisanship that grips my country is terribly debilitating. Let me put it this way -> Is impeachment really good for the country and is Mike Pence a better choice? You ask the same question in your own writings.
You are a thinker, sir!
Quit the Left/Right War, so you can think more.