Impeachment Begins For Clinton-Appointed Pro-Abortion Judge

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

The U.S. Senate began corruption hearings against U.S. District Judge G. Thomas Poreous after the House of Representatives voted unanimously on March 11 to impeach him. He is accused of decades of unethical behavior including accepting bribes, lying to Congress, and falsely declaring bankruptcy. Investigators say he went heavily in debt due to drinking and gambling.

The corrupt judge is a radical liberal appointed by Bill Clinton in 1994. His portfolio of liberalism includes banning abstinence-only sex education, banning government funding to any organization associated with a religion, overturning a ban on ecstasy paraphernalia, and overturning a state ban on late-term abortion.

You won't see that in the papers.


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