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Maindawg Wrote: ... The supreme Court is watching. They have authority to remove ANYONE arrest ANYONE.
No, they don't have that authority. That power lies in the House and Senate.
Article 1, Section 2, Clause 5 gives the House "the sole Power of Impeachment" and Article 1, Section 3, Clause 6 gives the Senate the "sole Power to try all Impeachments."
The Supreme Court has also ruled on this exact issue and they have reaffirmed in Nixon v. United States (not to be confused with U.S. v. Nixon) "that the federal judiciary cannot review such proceedings."
This is why I think it's imperative that Americans get involved in governing. We have a separation of powers and our votes actually do matter. If we vote in someone with dictatorial aspirations and their party backs them up then that's it. The courts can overturn legislation and executive orders, but they can not remove a President, Senator, or member of the House.
That's what I was trying to get across to all those Jill Stein and "Bernie or Bust" so called Democrats who thought this past election didn't matter.