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Can we set a new precedent and impeach a sitting SCOTUS Justice? (Original Post) Samrob Jun 2022 OP
Sure just as soon as you come up with impeachable acts and the votes to impeach/convict. Thomas Hurt Jun 2022 #1
Thomas for sure - clear conflict of interest with his insurrectionist wife's activities. Liberty Belle Jun 2022 #2
Those are not crimes Jerry2144 Jun 2022 #3
Not until we have 67 Senators who MineralMan Jun 2022 #4
Sitting justices have faced impeachment before Amishman Jun 2022 #5
Wouldn't be a "new precedent" as SCJ Samuel Case was impeached in 1804. Just A Box Of Rain Jun 2022 #6
Impeachment would mean a not guilty verdict Locutusofborg Jun 2022 #7
Why settle for one??? ultralite001 Jun 2022 #8

Liberty Belle

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2. Thomas for sure - clear conflict of interest with his insurrectionist wife's activities.
Thu Jun 30, 2022, 06:42 PM
Jun 2022

Perhaps the three that perjured themselves, especially the one two members of Congress say lied to them, too. I believe that was Kavanaugh.


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3. Those are not crimes
Thu Jun 30, 2022, 06:45 PM
Jun 2022

But if Ginny is convicted of something like that, he can possibly be tripped as an accomplice

We can’t impeach just braise of conflict of interest. Then it would be made out to be political and not justified by the right. And they would do the same to ours. There must be clear crimes down.


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7. Impeachment would mean a not guilty verdict
Thu Jun 30, 2022, 06:58 PM
Jun 2022

In a 50-50 Senate. That would embolden any conservative Justice to go even farther to the right.
I just can't think of 17 Republican Senators who would vote guilty.

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