Mitch Mc Connell (R)
Chuck Schumer (D) January 21, 2021
Re: Unconstitutional Impeachment
Trial of “former” President
Dear Mssrs. Mc Connell and Schumer,
Attached is a letter sent to Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the lack of any constitutional role of the U.S. Senate and the Chief Justice in trying a “former” President. It has been reported that the Chief Justice may decline to preside over any trial in the Senate of former President Trump and there have been suggestions that Kamala Harris would preside in that event. The substitution of the Chief Justice by a Vice-President or a Senator is not provided for in the constitution. Donald Trump is no longer President. He is a former President.
“When the President of the United States is tried, The Chief Justice SHALL preside…” – Art. 1, Sec. 3, Clause 6. U.S. Constitution
Trying a former President is unconstitutional on its face. In addition, there is an ongoing lawsuit in the U.S. Court of Appeals for D.C. against Kamala Devi Harris “In the form of Quo Warranto at common law”, See U.S., ex rel, Robert C.Laity v. Kamala Devi Harris, USCA-DC Case #20-7109. Kamala Devi Harris is not an Article II “Natural Born Citizen” of the United State and is in office ultra vires.
I have moved the Chief Justice, as DC Circuit Justice to issue an Emergency Preliminary Injunction against Kamala Harris from staying in office pending the outcome of my lawsuit against her. I have also moved the USCA-DC to add Joseph Biden and Nancy Pelosi as co-defendants.
Robert C. Laity