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The word impeach is similar to the legal term indict, or formally charge. The House of Representatives has the power to impeach (indict) through articles of impeachment. The Senate "tries" the case (i.e. "impeachment hearings" @JRusso). So, to get a conviction is unlikely as long as the Democrat Party holds a majority in The Senate. Now, say that all of the judges in a town are corrupt and there is no way that the Sheriff or Attorneys General can get a conviction against the criminal syndicate in the town. Should the Attorneys General not indict any criminals known to work for this syndicate? I would suggest that if the townsfolk (the United States citizens) are allowed to hear all of the charges against the criminal (Eric Holder, Susan Rice, Lois Lerner ,,, take your pick)?
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