From: Fabrizio Evola [Email him]
I might be thinking too highly of myself, but I saw this story pop up across my computer this afternoon while on the internet.
Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) will try to dismiss the articles of impeachment against President Trump that House Democrats have delayed sending to the Senate. Hawley, in a pair of tweets, argued that normally "if prosecution doesn't proceed with case, it gets dismissed."
"So on Monday, I will introduce measure to dismiss this bogus impeachment for lack of prosecution," he tweeted.
GOP senator plans to seek dismissal of impeachment articles, by Jordain Carney, The Hill, January 2, 2020
This will expose Dems’ circus for what it is: a fake impeachment, abuse of the Constitution, based on no evidence. If Dems won’t proceed with trial, bogus articles should be dismissed and @realDonaldTrump fully cleared— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) January 2, 2020
It appears Senator Hawley is proposing to do exactly what I suggested the Republican Senate leadership do in the letter (above) that I wrote to VDARE.com.
He will seek to have the impeachment articles dismissed for lack of prosecution. Now, Senator Hawley is a seriously accomplished lawyer. He graduated from Yale Law School and clerked for Chief Justice Roberts. He likely thought of this on his own. But it is possible that he, or someone on his staff, reads VDARE.com.
James Fulford writes: In reply to the previous letter, I wrote "Alternatively, this procedure could make the 'Resistance' even crazier." They'll go double crazy when they hear this suggestion—look what happened when they got Stephen Miller's private emails.