First, not all undesirable, flawed, and misguided policies from U.S. Presidents on either side of the political aisle constitute impeachable offenses. Second, Presidents do not have much power, as only Congress can write law that enacts changes or additions in policy, much of it ballooning out of control by virtue of improper stare decisis and social precedent.
Congress defines impeachable offenses as Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors, with weak formal definitions in addition to (1) improperly exceeding or abusing the powers of the office; (2) behavior incompatible with the function and purpose of the office; and (3) misusing the office for an improper purpose or personal gain. And even then, a mere impeachment by the House of Representatives does not guarantee conviction and removal from office; only the Senate can institute removal from office.
The symptoms of America’s failing systems, and thus its deflated strength of human renewal, are the result of humanity not having implemented a theory that determines what can be discovered, in the words of Albert Einstein.
No employee can be deemed guilty for not following a business plan left undefined. No President, Congress, or the People can be deemed guilty without an agreed-upon theory of humanity. In the same way, no player in soccer can be considered guilty of an offense if the theory of soccer from which its rules are derived has not been preestablished.
We can and must play nature’s game instead. Nature’s gameplay we know quite a bit more about since the Constitution was first established. Nature’s gameplay points the vector of human evolution in a completely different direction than what our Constitution infers, a conflict severely damaging the renewal of humanity.
Without a pre-established human theory, a President is like a captain on a ship without a destination, proud of the many knots we are sailing in a direction unknown. Everything and nothing is an impeachable offense in that situation.
The U.S. Constitution is a set of rules, not inferring a theory. Only establishing first-principles derived from nature’s principles can formulate a theory embedded in systems that need to be controlled by rules to instill trust. In that order, like so:
We ruminate in a two-hundred-year-old rabbit hole of manmade make-believe, applying ever-more rules to manmade constructs detached from a theory that creates hordes of rebels without a cause, not contributing to humanity’s collective interest but their own. The vile maxims of individual interests in a game to each his own have and will continue to erode humanity’s interests, efficacy, trust, and renewal.
Have at it.