Today’s highly interesting read (02/06/20): Dem official says Nancy Pelosi should resign

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Today’s read is from George Washington University Law professor and self described Democrat Jonathan Turley.

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He testified as a witness expert in the House Judiciary Committee hearing during the impeachment inquiry of President Trump.

Here’s an excerpt from his column.

She shredded the pretense of governing with civility and dignity in the House. Notably, she did not wait to rip up her copy of the speech until after she left the House floor. Pelosi wanted to do it at the end of the speech, in front of the camera, with the president still in the chamber.

That act was more important to Pelosi than preserving the tradition of her office. In doing so, she forfeited the right to occupy that office. If Pelosi cannot maintain the dignity and neutrality of her office at the State of the Union, she should resign as the Speaker of the House of Representatives.

Read Turley’s entire column here.

One thought on “Today’s highly interesting read (02/06/20): Dem official says Nancy Pelosi should resign

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