I am a FH squatter
- Dec 23, 2003
Oh. I'm sorry, I wasn't factoring in your obsession with Trump in my reply.You didn't seem to hold the same opinion about the hearings in the Senate about Brett Kavanaugh who seemed a bit rapey.
You forgot the caveat...but there's still something wrong and the Republican led Michigan Senate Oversight Committee is prepared to listen to it.If no crime has been committed but there's still something wrong - then that goes back to politics. So hearings about whether the law is adequate happen in that chamber.
A senate hearing for a Supreme Court appointment is somewhere between a job interview and license application. The statute of limitations for criminal prosecutions has nothing to do with it but you kept suggesting it did.Oh. I'm sorry, I wasn't factoring in your obsession with Trump in my reply.
Courts are the ultimate arbiters of guilt and innocence in terms of crime. Clearly.
If a crime has been committed (pretty simple when it comes to rape - you're guilty or innocent) then the courts are absolutely the ultimate arbiters.
If a crime has been committed in election fraud - courts are absolutely the ultimate arbiters there too.
If no crime has been committed but there's still something wrong - then that goes back to politics. So hearings about whether the law is adequate happen in that chamber.
Standard process really.
Meanwhile:Unquestionably a good thing:
that's just a senate trial tho.. they can still go after him with state charges and I hope they do, be no republicans to save his arse then.Bound to have happened. They could have put a lid on it, now that idiot will be haunting them for years, until he has an impotent rage stroke, that is.