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Republican Southern Grandma: ”No single prosecutor, judge or jury should be able to accomplish what the Constitution assigns to the Congress." - Brett Kavanaugh. The ultimate form of corruption and lawlessness by definition is obstruction of justice. During the Clinton impeachment, Ken Starr assigned Brett Kavanaugh to play a key role in authoring Starr’s report to Congress, which included a section setting the bases for impeaching the president; among them was a claim that Clinton “should be impeached for going to court to assert the executive privilege in the first place.” According to Starr and Kavanaugh, “the privilege assertion was itself impeachable, because it was purportedly meritless and Clinton had managed to use the privilege litigation to delay Starr’s investigation.” As the Starr Report put it, “the temporary delay amounted to an illicit concealment by Clinton of his personal misconduct.” Starr and Kavanaugh also argued that Clinton should be impeached because he refused to “voluntarily testify himself,” despite the fact that (unlike Trump) Clinton ultimately testified after receiving a subpoena; once again, mere delay was deemed potentially impeachable.