I know this probably wouldn't have had a substantial impact on things during any of the four presidential impeachments that have happened in US history so far, but I like this rule and would recommend adopting it at all levels of government.If Paxton is impeached in the state House by a simple majority, he would be required to temporarily step down and be barred from performing his duties while the state Senate holds a trial on the impeachment counts.
So pretty much exactly what Trump wants to do if he's reelected. Interesting. *takes notes*For more than two hours, investigators presented findings alleging that Paxton sought to hide an affair, misused his office to help a donor, skirted protocols “grossly outside” norms and built a culture of fear and retaliation in his office. Investigators told the GOP-led House General Investigative Committee that there was evidence that Paxton had committed multiple felonies and misdemeanors over the years, including misuse of official information, abuse of official capacity and retaliation.
The teen, sobbing and gasping for air, also says in the call that his mother has been living on a farmhouse on the property because she and his father have been having "problems."
Last month, Boebert, a Republican who represents the state's 3rd Congressional District, filed a petition for divorce from her husband.
"He was throwing me around," he said. "He called me a psycho."
The dispatcher directed an officer to come to the house. She then asked if there were weapons in the house.
"I mean, there are weapons in the house, yeah, but I don't think he'd use them on me," he replied. "He just does this to me so much."
"Hi, I'm the mom," Boebert said on the recording. "There was an argument over dinner. I understand you guys got to come down and talk to them."
She then said she was at a second location on their property. The dispatcher said she was sending officers to come talk to both Jayson and the teen to see if he needed help. A deputy came to the home but no legal action came from the response.
"He doesn't need help," Boebert said.