Impeachment Probe Must Be Widened
Sex & Perjury Are Only Part of Story; Other Crimes Next

Posted October 5, 1998

These÷things the LORD hates, Yes÷are an abomination to Him: a proud look, a lying tongue, hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that are swift in running to evil, a false witness who speaks lies, and one who sows discord among brethren. (Pr 6:16-19)

Overview:

Recent polls show public support for impeachment of the President has eroded since the Starr Report was first released. The President's job approval ratings remain high and his popularity appears to be reviving. While 53% of likely voters still believe Congress should hold hearings, 55% of the general public believes the inquiry should be dropped altogether. Sixty-six percent of the public and 60% of likely voters say Clinton ought not be impeached or removed from office (Washington Post/ABC Poll released 9/30).

Unless the Republican-led Congress rises above the polls to fulfil its duty under the Constitution the President may yet avoid accountability for all his crimes. But there are new developments:

Democrats on the Judicial Committee are feverishly attempting to limit the content of the impeachment inquiry to the Monica Lewinsky matter. While Bill Clinton's criminal in that scandal alone -- perjury, subornation of perjury, obstruction of justice, witness tampering, and shameless lying to the American people -- are sufficient for impeachment, his actions in other scandals may be far more serious. It is critical that Congress seriously considers the evidence uncovered by Judicial Watch. The public must revisit and understand the larger impeachable offenses committed in several Clinton scandals. If justice is to be accomplished, it will be because of the work of courageous men like Larry Klayman and those who barrage Heaven with their prayers for JUSTICE and MERCY. The future of America is in the balance!

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