Today’s Deep Dive can’t help but stay high atop Yodel Mountain. We imagine that by the time you’re hearing this, the House will have voted to begin an impeachment inquiry. Curious about what that means, why it matters, and what happens next? Then this is the show for you!
Don’t forget Opening Arguments LIVE in Los Angeles, CA on October 12, 2019. Here is the link!!
We begin, however, with a brief update on #Brexit; no, we haven’t forgotten that our closest ally is also suffering under the weight of an insane leader hell-bent on a racist policy that everyone knows is an impending disaster. But unlike the U.S., it looks like the U.K. Supreme Court…. still understands the rule of law? What a novel concept.
Then, it’s time for a deep dive into impeachment, where we tackle:
- Exactly why President Trump’s conduct towards Ukraine in particular is so reprehensible;
- Why beginning an “impeachment inquiry” matters;
- What the Nixon articles of impeachment looked like;
- The Clinton impeachment timeline;
- ALL the ways Mitch McConnell and the Republicans can try and screw this up; and much, much more.
Then, it’s time for the answer to Friday’s #T3BE involving real property, and specifically, the condition to a contract requiring the buyer to procure a loan at 10% and whether that allows the seller to back out even if the buyer turns over the purchase price. Find out if Thomas got this one right!
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Show Notes & Links
- Don’t forget Opening Arguments LIVE in Los Angeles, CA on October 12, 2019. Here is the link!!
- This is the Time reporting on Ukraine from which Andrew quoted; and this is the New York Times story about Manafort turning over polling data to Akhmetov.
- Politico first reported the OMB hold on aid to Ukraine on August 28, nearly a month ago.
- An ongoing proceeding makes it easier to prove obstruction of justice pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 1505.
- Click here to read the Nixon articles of impeachment, and (show-note only bonus!) here to read the vote breakdown.
- We explained the “nuclear option” on Senate rules way back in Episode 59; these are the current Senate rules on impeachment (that can be modified at any time with this One Weird Trick).
- Finally, if you’re feeling super optimistic, remember we explained that Mitch McConnell can Mitch McConnell all of this in Episode 272.
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