VIDEO: Shocking and Very Strange Behavior by Jerold Nadler at “Protecting Democracy Event”

Posted by on September 24, 2020 3:03 am

These are the times that try men’s souls, between Politics and the Shutdowns, and the riots and unscrupulous power grabs by the left, watching beloved country burning, dealing with the massive amount of hatred for what we love so much in America, it is no wonder any of us can carry on with our normal duties and responsabilités, to be honest.

But we must carry on, and get work done, raise our families and pay our bills. We must soldier on. Therefore it is both uncomfortable to question what is wrong with US Rep. Jerold Nadler from New York who is wielding a huge amount power harassing and threatening our President with gnashed teeth and weapons drawn like a warrior… ready for war on our Republic and then see him shuffling across the stage at a press conference as if he had dropped a load of feces in his pant as was trying to get to the restroom without it spilling down his pant leg.

With all dues respect to humanity, how can we not see this? This man demands the power and authority to impeach our President, again and to “Protect our Democracy” and he can’t even stand up.

The Democrat’s want to Impeach our President again. According to Adam Schiff today’s event was for the purpose of”

“House Dems Protecting Our Democracy Act adds language to fed bribery statute aiming to criminalize pres pardon power when used for corrupt purposes, outlaw pres self-pardons, & prevent pres or vp from using office to run out clock on statute of limitations”

Wait, these people can not walk straight! What are they doing?

How many Democrats are in this condition? This is horrible!

US Representative Jerold Nadler is the Chairman of the very powerful Judicial Committee. He is a serving as a US Representative, representing Americans, and he looks as if he needs to be in a Hospital room.

The following video footage is of a Democrat press conference for something the Democrats can not even get off the ground, having technical difficulties people wouldn’t have had in the 1970’s. And they want to “Protect our Democracy”?

Nadler reads something and then leaves the podium, shuffling off looking very ill.

Here is another view, see him pause to hold on to the room, as if he has the bed spins. It is not fun to see the condition to which Nalder has fallen, but we can not “unsee” this. Where do our needs come in to play? This is disrespectful of our Government to allow him to go on.

Schiff, who is obsessed with hurting Trump, introduced the Democracy Act. This time he is really going to get Trump for real. He has an idea to impeach Trump overusing his Presidential pardons authority apparently.

The Democrats see nothing wrong with the amount of power they have over us and our lives, while they watch the Democrats unable to complete any task, include walking, and they see nothing at all wrong.

From Law and Order, this is what the Democrats are up to this time:

Note they can’t figure out their own conference:

House Democrats are pushing a bill that would criminalize corrupt pardons, outlaw presidential self-pardons, and prevent the president or vice president from using public office to run out the clock on the statute of limitations.

The bill, titled the Protecting Our Democracy Act, aims to criminalize the presidential pardon power when it is used for corrupt purposes by adding relevant language to the federal bribery statute. 18 U.S. Code § 201, which deals with bribery of public officials and witnesses, would amend the statute to add the words “including the President and the Vice President of the United States.” The statute would read as follows [emphasis added to new wording]:

(1) the term “public official” means Member of Congress, Delegate, or Resident Commissioner, either before or after such official has qualified, or an officer or employee or person, including the President and the Vice President of the United States, acting for or on behalf of the United States, or any department, agency or branch of Government thereof, including the District of Columbia, in any official function, under or by authority of any such department, agency, or branch of Government, or a juror […].

The president or vice president, being clearly lumped into the definition of public official under the bribery statute, would commit a federal crime if he or she “directly or indirectly, corruptly demands, seeks, receives, accepts, or agrees to receive or accept anything of value personally or for any other person or entity, in return for: (A) being influenced in the performance of any official act; (B) being influenced to commit or aid in committing, or to collude in, or allow, any fraud, or make opportunity for the commission of any fraud, on the United States; or (C) being induced to do or omit to do any act in violation of the official duty of such official or person.”

The legislation would make it a crime to dangle clemency to corruptly influence a person’s testimony, whether in court or before Congress. The bill also includes a “prohibition on presidential self-pardon”:

The President’s grant of a pardon to himself or herself is void and of no effect, and shall not deprive the courts of jurisdiction, or operate to confer on the President any legal immunity from investigation or prosecution.

Connected to all of this is the so-called the “No President is Above the Law Act” section of the bill, which can be found in sec. 201. That section would dictate that a president or vice president cannot use public office as a way to dodge any statute of limitations:

In the case of any person serving as President or Vice President of the United States, the duration of that person’s tenure in office shall not be considered for purposes of any statute of limitations applicable to any Federal criminal offense committed by that person (including any offenses committed during any period of time preceding such tenure in office).”

Notably, this would also apply to any offenses committed prior to taking office.

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) and Democratic chairs of various other House Committees said in a statement that President Donald Trump’s time in office shows why such legislation is necessary.

“Since taking office, President Trump has placed his own personal and political interests above the national interest by protecting and enriching himself, targeting his political opponents, seeking foreign interference in our elections, eroding transparency, seeking to end accountability, and otherwise abusing the power of his office,” the lawmakers said. “Our democracy is not self-effectuating – it takes work and a commitment to guard it against those who would undermine it, whether foreign or domestic. It is time for Congress to strengthen the bedrock of our democracy and ensure our laws are strong enough to withstand a lawless president. That’s why we are acting today to introduce the Protecting Our Democracy Act.

“This reform package will prevent future presidential abuses, restore our checks and balances, strengthen accountability and transparency, and protect our elections. These reforms are necessary not only because of the abuses of this president, but because the foundation of our democracy is the rule of law and that foundation is deeply at risk,” the statement went on. “This is just the beginning because we need to obtain more information so that we can continue to refine and develop these and other reform

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