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The House Judiciary Committee passed three articles of impeachment against Richard Nixon, causing him to resign and leave town. One was for refusal to comply with subpoenas.

Trump has now openly refused to comply with subpoenas from two Congressional committees.

Click here to tell your Representative that what was good enough for Nixon is good enough for Trump. Impeachment time is now.

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Unfortunately, Congress members are reportedly discussing ways to evade their responsibility to impeach, including imposing fines for refusal to comply with subpoenas.

Is Congress mocking itself? On the model of fining corporations a tiny fraction of what they gain through illegal activities, would Congress really fine a president who has been guilty from day one of massive financial corruption?

The solution is not censure or fines or "he's not worth it." The solution is the one found in the Constitution.

Click here to demand impeachment now.

Read and share these resources:
>>  RootsAction.org: Draft Articles of Impeachment
>>  RootsAction.org: Impeachment Strategy
>>  RootsAction.org: Impeachment FAQ
>>  RootsAction.org: Impeachment Campaign

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P.S. RootsAction is an independent online force endorsed by Jim Hightower, Barbara Ehrenreich, Cornel West, Daniel Ellsberg, Glenn Greenwald, Naomi Klein, Bill Fletcher Jr., Laura Flanders, former U.S. Senator James Abourezk, Frances Fox Piven, Lila Garrett, Phil Donahue, Sonali Kolhatkar, and many others.

>>  Nixon Articles of Impeachment (see Article 3)
>>  CNN: White House tells official not to comply with [Congressional] subpoena over security clearances
>>  Washington Post: White House plans to fight House subpoena of former counsel Donald McGahn
>> The Week: House Democrats are considering fines, other punishments for subpoena-defying Trump officials


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