KOMMONSENTSJANE – VIDEO Rogue Spooks – Bills to Protect Special Counsel from Firing Unconstitutional – Destroy Trump Media – Assange Proof. Reclaim Our Republic.

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For your information.  The Senate and Congress urchins continue to use illegal methods.  Time to fire them in the next election – all dem’s and repub’s.

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Reclaim Our Republic

Scalia Says Bills to Protect Special Counsel from Firing are Unconstitutional

Oct 2, 2017 by Ken Klukowski

The Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing on Tuesday on legislation that would limit the ability of a president or attorney general to fire a special counsel who has been appointed to investigate high-ranking government officials. Unfortunately for the senators pushing the bill, this legislation is unconstitutional, for all the reasons Justice Antonin Scalia explained in a historic dissent that should doom this bill in a legal challenge.

In Article II, Section 3 of the Constitution, the Take Care Clause commands that the president “shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed.” Because he is only a single human being, most of a president’s execution of the nation’s laws is performed by government officials who serve under him in his administration.

That is why the Appointments Clause of Article II, Section 2…

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