Earlier this week, Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal, along with three other members of the House Judiciary Committee, submitted a court petition to unseal grand jury materials related to the Mueller investigation, a move that, in Jayapal’s view, marks the official beginning of an impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump.
She joins us to talk about what may happen next, and what we in the activist community can do in support.
Also, the Seattle Arts Voter Guide is the creation of Seattle University graduate-level students and their professor, and it aims to lay out the arts-related platforms of the many candidates for Seattle city council and school board. We’re joined by two of its creators, Professor Jasmine Mahmoud and MFA candidate Erin Naomi Burrows.
Atlantic article, “Why We’re Moving Forward with Impeachment”: https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2019/07/why-were-moving-forward-impeachment/594931/?fbclid=IwAR1-fT6RoGUeR6clP4TMJZFXHaC731WnILuCbf2JQkihP8rr8azeFX3E0mc
House Judiciary Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/HouseJudiciary
Five Crimes in Five Days: https://twitter.com/hashtag/5CrimesIn5Days?src=hashtag_click
Seattle Voter Arts Guide: https://seattleartsvoterguide.com/about/
(Disclaimer: The Seattle Arts Voter Guide is nonpartisan and Seattle University neither endorses nor opposes any candidate.)