Republicans use Trump impeachment to revive 1970s-era sexism: 'Watergate Girl'
Monday, 9 December 2019
The House impeachment hearing last week left me with no doubt about three things. First, it clarified the constitutional standard for an impeachable offense. Second, it showed that, based on the evidence, President Donald Trump committed multiple impeachable offenses. And third, it demonstrated that sexism is alive and thriving in the Republican Party — and I’m as mad about it as George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley’s goldendoodle. Law professor Pamela Karlan of Stanford brilliantly displayed her constitutional expertise to the House Judiciary Committee, and she responded pointedly after Rep. Doug Collins, R-Ga., insinuated that she...
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