‘Old fogy’ ar­gues for im­peach­ment

The Morning Call - - TOWN SQUARE -

I am an old fogy. For some rea­son I still be­lieve when a hos­tile for­eign power il­le­gally in­ter­feres in an Amer­i­can elec­tion to put their man in as pres­i­dent and the man elected ob­structs jus­tice to keep ev­ery­one from know­ing the truth, he should be im­peached.

I am also an old fogy who still be­lieves when a spe­cial coun­sel is ap­pointed to in­ves­ti­gate Rus­sian in­ter­fer­ence and finds that many of those in­volved ei­ther lied or re­fused to answer ques­tions and the pres­i­dent may have com­mit­ted 10 counts of ob­struc­tion of jus­tice to keep the truth from be­ing ex­posed, that Congress should con­sider the find­ings and pro­ceed with im­peach­ment.

I guess I am old school. David Clark Catasauqua

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