Monday on the radio, LevinTV host Mark Levin explained how the Democrats in Congress are leading a "runaway" House impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump.
"You're hearing a lot of things out there, like the Sixth Amendment does not apply to impeachments. Where does it say that in the Constitution?" Levin asked. He explained that the Constitution does not give Congress the power to conduct impeachment against a president without some form of due process.
Levin said House Democrats have rejected the impeachment processes used against former Presidents Johnson, Nixon, and Clinton.
"Nowhere did the Framers of the Constitution seek or actually give to any branch of government or any part of any branch of government such enormous power as to overthrow another branch of government without limitation," Levin said.
"Every single so-called legal analyst should be condemning what's taking place here, regardless of their view of the president of the United States," Levin said. "This is a rogue, runaway House of Representatives ... under the Democrats that have rejected the entire concept of constitutionalism, have rejected the viewpoints of the Framers, who would never have given illimitable power to the Democrats in the House."
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