Judicial Reform
Democracy Requires A Tamper-Proof Judicial System
When a sitting president or other "civil Officer of the United States", including political campaign donors or operatives, cabinet or family members ("Allies"), is found to be in violation of Article II, Section 4 of the U.S. Constitution, the American people should have no doubt this individual will be quickly investigated and, if necessary, prosecuted.  Moreover, no sitting president should have the dictatorial power to pardon or interfere in his or her Allies indictment, prosecution or conviction.
  1. Tenure of Attorneys General, National Security Advisors, Federal Judges and Prosecutors and FBI Director

    To ensure impartiality in any legal action deemed necessary to protect our Democratic Institutions and avert the preemptive dismissal of any Attorney General, National Security Advisor, Federal Judge or Prosecutor, FBI Director or Special Counsel inclined to testify or rule against any sitting president or his or her Allies, we hereby recommend the following PERMANENT RATIONAL REFORM:

    • Nominations for the positions of Attorney General, National Security Advisor, Federal Judge and Prosecutor and FBI Director shall be made by a bipartisan, Senate nominating committee consisting of four (4) members, provided that no committee member shall have had any personal or business relationship with any nominee prior to his or her nomination.  Confirmation of the nominees shall be for a single 8-year term ("the Term") to be decided by consent of at least 90% of the Senate as follows:
      • The Attorney General and the National Security Advisor shall be nominated by the end of the first month of the following year in which a new or reelected President is sworn in (e.g., 2022 if sworn in on 2021) and confirmed no later than the last day of that year.
      • Federal Judges and Prosecutors and the FBI Director shall be nominated by the end of the first month of the third year in which a new or reelected President is sworn in (e.g., 2024 if sworn in on 2021) and confirmed no later than the last day of that year.
    • Only the Senate, by consent of at least 90% or its members, shall retain the right to dismiss and replace any individual appointed to any of these positions before the end of his or her Term has expired.
    • Upon expiration of the Term, individuals holding these positions can be renominated subject to paragraph A, above.
  2. Harsher Penalties For Elected Officials

    In the event that any elected official or government employee shall be found guilty of any felony or crime whatsoever, the severity of any applicable penalty for said felony or crime should be at least 3 times that which would otherwise be imposed to any other American citizen.  In addition, any and all benefits forthcoming to any such individual as compensation for government service, including pensions, should be deemed forfeited and cancelled.

  3. No Commutations Or Pardons For Allies (as abovedescribed)

    No commutation or pardon by a sitting president, to him- or herself or to any of his or her Allies shall be allowed.

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