And it has ideal positioning and packaging because who put it out there, in a series of tweets, is iconic constitutional Harvard Law professor Laurence Tribe. He is also part of the Emoluments Clause lawsuit.
On Abovethelaw, lawyer-journalist, Kathryn Rubino, reports that Tribe veered away from erudite platforms such as law reviews. In an amazing change of "venue," Tribe took to Twitter.
In the tweeting, Tribe made the direct statement that the current president Donald Trump should be impeached for abuse of power and being in conflict with the U.S. Constitution.
Beginning on last Friday with the immigration order, Trump might have created a tipping point. Those who wanted to be objective or Machiavellian and suck up could have found themselves in opposition to Trumpism.
Chaos was unleashed around the world.
Human beings were hopelessly stranded in airports. (Fortunately, in the U.S. Airbnb came to the rescue).
Businesses lost in-person contact with their non-U.S. employees who had been out of the country at the time. Sure, there is telecommuting. But that isn't the same as in-your-face collaboration.
Non-U.S. students matriculating at American institutions of learning who were away couldn't get back in. Those students are a growing source of tuition for U.S. prep schools, colleges and advanced degree programs. Also, they tend to spend a lot of money in the U.S. Yale, MIT and Sanford were affected.
Non U.S. researchers couldn't get back to their labs. Innovation could be impaired.
The current feeling of astonishment about the president's recent initiatives mirrors that we Baby Boomer experienced during the final days of the Nixon Administration. We were bug-eyed.
But at the end of those final days, there was a collective hurrah: The system worked.
All the president's men were on their way to the slammer. And the president resigned and high-tailed it back to his refuge in California.
Tribe could be the 21st century equivalent of the heroes John F. Kennedy featured in his signature 20th century book "Profiles in Courage."
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