– The Washington Times
“I think impeachment would be a bad idea,” Mr. Hayden told Hill.TV.
“If President Trump is somehow forced to leave office before the end of his first term […] one-third of America will believe it was a soft coup,” added Mr. Hayden, a career intelligence official who retired in 2009 after leading the CIA under former President Barack Obama and George W. Bush.
An outspoken critic of the president, Mr. Hayden warned against impeachment in light of prosecutors securing convictions this week against Michael Cohen and Paul Manafort, Mr. Trump’s former personal attorney and election campaign chairman, respectively.
“I think the only way we move beyond this in any way that’s healthy for our democracy is we vote,” he added.
“It does cause the countdown to impeachment to accelerate,” Rep. Al Green, Texas Democrat, told The Hill this week.
“These are real charges of criminal behavior,” Rep. Maxine Waters, California Democrat, said in a statement. “These are based on real facts, real evidence and real testimony, and in the final analysis all of this will lead to real articles of impeachment.”
Mr. Hayden, 73, signed a letter last week denouncing Mr. Trump after the president revoked the security clearance of fellow critic and former CIA boss John Brennan over alleged “erratic conduct and behavior.”
“The president’s action regarding John Brennan and the threats of similar action against other former officials has nothing to do with who should and should not hold security clearances — and everything to do with an attempt to stifle free speech,” Mr. Hayden and several other former intelligence officials wrote in the letter.
Mr. Trump is weighing whether to similarly revoke the security clearances of Mr. Hayden and several other former government officials, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said last week.
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What is Hayden really trying to say?
In the rush and fervor to impeach President Donald Trump, Democrats should look over their collective shoulder. One might reconcile with the devil they know instead of the devil they do not.
What happens if Trump is impeached and removed from office? An even more aggressive conservative is waiting in the wings who will make President Trump seem like a panty-waisted beginner. Vice-President Pence will assume office for the remaining term and then be elected for a subsequent term. Untold conservatives voted for Trump hoping Mike Pence would eventually take the reins.
Mike Pence is mistakenly assumed to be a pussy cat because of his soft-spoken manner. But Mr. Pence has a wealth of knowledge, experience and drive Trump could only wish for. He is motivated, hard-nosed and unflinching. He doesn’t lose eye-contact, doesn’t twitter, keeps his eye on the ball and has proven himself in Congress to be a stunning foe. Get him in the Oval Office and Democrats will wish they had never uttered the words impeachment. -Dave Fihn
What can you do since the democrats refuse to impeach?
OCT. 22ND A NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER AND CALM
This is a call for a day of prayer and calm.
This is a non violent civil disobedience direct action. This strike is not meant to hurt the country in any way but to remove those who have. You do not need to be violent to not go to work, to not go to school or not shop. Protest peacefully and lawfully. Find out the laws in your city/state and protest lawfully and legally.
General Strikes – a brief history (with video)
1.) To participate we call on everyone everywhere to wear black.
2.) Do not go to work, or to school or to church.
3.) No shopping. Do not spend one dime on October 22nd. No buses, no trains and no planes for one day.
4.) We must organize and become our own media. There will be zero discussion of this strike by the national media so we must become our own media and get the word out. Use this link: http://ronsspot.org/call-to-general-strike-to-remove-trump-pence-from-office-and-arrest-hillary-clinton/
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