We have just experienced Nancy Peolosi’s second vendetta against President Trump by having him impeached twice, the second one less than a week away from President Biden being the president.
I think we can say the first impeachment followed the rules in the House, but the second did not or truncated the rules.
And it appears that President Trump’s removal from office trial in the Senate will be after he is no longer the President. Thus it is doubtful there will be a trial in the senate, but there could be to keep the ex President from pursing the presidency again or being elected to congress or governor of Florida or New York—name your elected office.
My questions have to do with the Supreme Court:
1. Can it be brought before the Supreme Court that due to Pelosi’s Trump Derangement Syndrome, she did not follow proper procedure for the House to impeach a president, thus invalidating the impeachment?
2. If her actions and that of the House are upheld, can a ex-president be “impeached” in the house after he leaves office?
3. When or if the House’s impeachment goes to trial in the Senate, can such a thing, for an ex President happen and could it be brought to the Supreme Court to decide the legality of placing either a legitimately or illegitimately Housed Impeached ex president on Senate trial and to what purpose.
Can an ex President impeached 6 days before he ceases to be president be placed on trial to be removed but in fact the trial is to prevent him from running again for elected office—is that the purpose of a senate trial after impeachment?