Episode 667

Professor Nicholas Grossman on the Constitutionality of the Impeachment Trial

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February 9th, 2021

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Professor Grossman joins the program and explains the historical precedent for impeaching and seeking to convict a president who is no longer in office. The discussion was substantial and while I disagreed with some of what the Professor was presenting, we had a substantial discussion that encompassed the entirety of the issues facing the nation this week as the trial begins.

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  • QAnon Woke Up the Real Deep State | by Nicholas Grossman | Jan, 2021 | Arc Digital — I’ve been teaching college students about the Deep State for years, and have interacted with it on occasion. By “Deep State,” I’m referring to executive branch agencies populated with unelected officials, especially those involving national security, law enforcement, and intelligence. The non-nefarious name for it is “the federal bureaucracy,” with the subset that includes the military, CIA, and FBI known as “the national security state.” In 2017, conservative writer David Frum quipped that if you replaced “Deep State” with “rule of law,” you’d have a better understanding of Trumpist complaints.