in the proximity ofvideo impeachment of the witness professor Pamela Karlan: President Trump, need to be held accountable
Pamela Karlan, professor of law at Stanford Law School, delivers her opening statement at the House Judiciary Committee to hear public prosecution.
House Judiciary Committee ranking member Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., criticized on Wednesday the indictment statement while listen to his opening with the statement that it contains no witnesses to the deed, only law professors, probably only theorize about the impeachment of President Trump, because they were too busy to digest all of the facts in question.
One of the witnesses, the Stanford Law Professor Pamela Karlan, was unhappy with Collins’ statement, stating that she is very familiar with the facts of the case, and would not be there otherwise.
REP. COLLINS: THE DEMOCRATS DON’T HAVE THE FACTS PRESIDENT TRUMP CHARGES
“Here, Mr. Collins, I want to tell you, sir, that I read the transcripts of each of the witnesses who appeared in the live hear, I would not talk about these things-without examining the facts,” she said in her opening speech. “So, I’m offended by the suggestion, as a law professor, I don’ T care about these facts.”
Collins did not say that the scholars on the panel were totally ignorant of the facts, or didn’t care for it, rather, he realized that the professors do not have the preparation for the finals was probably the time to follow the days’ worth of testimony, and the lengthy House Intelligence Committee report was released, less than 24 hours before the hearing.
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The law professors should be accused on the plate, which selected three of the Democratic majority and by the Republicans, presented constitutional arguments for whether or not President Trump, based on the accusations against him. Karlan, Harvard Law Prof., Noah Feldman, and North Carolina Law Professor Michael Gerhardt to argue in favor of the prosecution, while George Washington University Law Professor Jonathan Turley argues that such an extreme measure to be inadmissible.