You Think You Have To Commit A Crime To Be Impeached Mr. President?
Your immoral and or amoral behavior coupled by your unfitness is sufficient enough
People like Rep. Steve King, Jeanine Pirro, Steve Bannon, Laura Ingraham, and Megyn Kelley, to name just a few, believe that their racialization, and or their anti-immigration hysteria threatens their concept of self — the vanity and insanity of that self as uniquely part of an entitled pseudo superior collective. They believe that their biases are harmless and more consistent with being amoral, than being immoral or even illegal. Put another way, their brand of racism is thought to be substantive — paradoxically — by their own free will of self-identification, or their shameless libertarian ideals of identity. And by defending this crucible of Trumpism their insistence on perpetuating culture wars should be seen more as a form of self-preservation, and least be found as morally wrong.
“White nationalist, white supremacist, Western civilization — how did that language become offensive?” he asked the Times. “Why did I sit in classes teaching me about the merits of our history and our civilization?” Rep. Steve King (R-IA)
Little do they know that they too are the victims of their own racialization, however. Our callous institutions have systematically made civil rights a legal fiction. This mirage of justice has culminated into the perversion of the Oval Office by electoral vote — obviously not by the popular vote — for Donald J. Trump as President of The United States. This carries with it the emboldenment effect of immortalizing the indisciplined among them with their racist beliefs, attitudes and behaviors, of which has drawn tremendous socioeconomic benefit at the expense of promoting their racialization of others.
Jeanine Pirro found an unusual target for the White House scandal surrounding former Trump aide Rob Porter: President Barack Obama.
The retired judge kicked off her Saturday show on Fox News by offering a detailed defense of White House Chief of Staff John Kelly’s handling of Porter, who was forced to resign after accusations of domestic abuse against both of his ex-wives.
“So, for everyone who’s looking for someone to blame, chill out,” she said.
“You want to stop a four-star general who is running the White House, who believes in chain of command, who makes a decision within 40 minutes, because you hate President Trump? Find another scapegoat. You might want to look at the last president,” she said, offering no further explanation.
Fox News personality Judge Jeanine Pirro has had enough with Robert Mueller and the special counsel investigation and warned that the American people had enough.
“We’re at the point where people are about to revolt because they don’t have the right to run Washington this way,” Pirro railed at the end of her segment on Mueller and corruption within the FBI and Department of Justice. “It’s more than a constitutional crisis.”
Her comments came during a heated discussion that Mueller and his team may have illegally obtained emails as part of their investigation. The claim was first floated by Trump transition team lawyer, Kory Langhofer. Reported by thewrap.com
Although all racialized systems are hierarchical, the particular character of the hierarchy, and thus the racial structure, is variable.… The racial practices and mechanisms that have kept Blacks subordinated changed from overt to eminently racist to covert and indirectly racist. The unchanging element throughout these stages is that Blacks’ life chances are significantly lower than those of Whites, and ultimately a racialized social order is distinguished by this difference in life chances.… The historical struggle against chattel slavery led not to the development of race-free societies but to the establishment of social system with a different kind of racialization. (Bonilla-Silva 1997, p. 470)¹
The unconscionable attitude, belief or behaviors of racialization — which is not determined to be a hate crime by the way — is seemingly legal, even though it is a precursor to racism, which is alleged in the Civil Rights Act of 1964 to be illegal in the United States. To truly observe the illegality of racism and its precursor racialization there must first be a paradigmatic shift towards observing — verifiably — a socially interdependent and multicultural America. There, if you dare to see color and are not be colorblind, you will find equality diversified.
Because I think and talk like this, 🤔no major corporation would dare ever hire me as their Chief Diversity Officer. 🤨
Because racialization appears legal the only refuge from it is at the whim of society’s disapproval — whether it be by vote, firing, rebuke, censure, or impeachment. That process seems sluggish and a small price to pay however, when such unethical, unprincipled, and depraved attitudes, behaviors or beliefs has to reach critical mass first. By that time enough damage has already been done.
In short, the Framers not only stripped impeachment of its criminal consequences, but expressly stated that such consequences could be imposed on office holders who had committed statutory crimes only following separate proceedings in the ordinary courts. — Frank Bowman, Professor of Law
University of Missouri School of Law
And so here we are at a critical juncture with our inept president and his art of the sham: with a looming special prosecutor investigation into his campaigning and suspicion of continued foreign influence (Russia’s Putin); a foreign policy which seriously undermines national interest; and the absurd distraction of this border wall security fight that prompted a partial government shutdown.
The gravitas of that critical moment in our tried and tested democracy, were a merited impeachment proceeding of this president should begin, could in fact elicit a groundswell of optimism for our socially interdependent future as a multicultural nation. The tendentiousness of such unprecedented undertakings could evince a catalyst for tolerance and human dignity, unobserved by the Trump administration and their Republican base. The audaciousness with this momentous challenge to the moral authority of whiteness — its paternalism, social dominance, ahistoricism, institutional callousness, indifference, vanity and its insanity, would certainly manifest into some aspect of positivistic good.
So you don’t have to be overtly nor covertly racist either to be impeached but if you were to be Mr. President based on those premises that would be a good thing.
This pattern of presidential rule by decree has to be stopped or at a minimum, receive reprimand by elected representation of the people not just solely in preservation of the constitution, but in the faith of humanity.