118th CONGRESS

1st Session

 

 

 

H. RES. 566

 

Impeaching Judge Beth Bloom, Judge Charles R. Wilson, Judge Elizabeth L. Branch and Judge Robert J. Luck for judicial misconduct, lack of integrity, lack of commitment to justice, nonfeasance and violation of litigant's due process rights in violation of federal law. 

 

IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE UNITED STATES

 

January 9, 2023

 

Sponsored & Introduced By: Rep. Ian A. Medina (D-FL)

 

RESOLUTION

Impeaching Judge Beth Bloom, Judge Charles R. Wilson, Judge Elizabeth L. Branch and Judge Robert J. Luck for judicial misconduct, lack of integrity, lack of commitment to justice, nonfeasance and violation of litigant's due process rights in violation of federal law. 

WHEREAS, Judge Beth Bloom violated litigant’s due process rights in denial of application to proceed in forma pauperis when Plaintiff Ian Anthony Medina was indigent, not practicing law and under investigation and prosecution for unauthorized practice of law; and

 

WHEREAS, Judge Charles R. Wilson, Judge Elizabeth L. Branch and Judge Robert J. Luck violated litigant’s due process rights by denying injunction when Plaintiff Ian Anthony Medina was indigent, not practicing law and under investigation and prosecution for unauthorized practice of law; and

 

WHEREAS, Judge Beth Bloom, Judge Charles R. Wilson, Judge Elizabeth L. Branch and Judge Robert J. Luck has diverted from judicial integrity and engaged in nonfeasance in denial of litigant’s due process rights; and

 

WHEREAS, the interests of the United States and the interests of justice demand impeachment and conviction of these judges that have betrayed the honor and prestige of law in their courtroom; and

 

WHEREAS, these judges have failed to abide by judicial code of conduct and have become accomplices of the State of Florida and State of Georgia in their oppression and discrimination of Plaintiff Ian Anthony Medina; and

 

WHEREAS, the U.S. House of Representatives has significant interests in curtailing judicial impropriety and these judge’s blatant denial of due process in their handling of courtroom affairs merits impeachment and conviction by the U.S. Congress; and

 

WHEREAS, these judges have committed gross intentional and negligent management of litigant’s cases by unlawfully depriving litigants of their rightful day in court to remedy gross and insidious violations of constitutional federal rights; and

 

WHEREAS, these judges are not aligned with the federal government of the United States and their betrayal of one of their own demands impeachment and conviction in the U.S. Congress because their actions and/or omissions in their handling of Plaintiff Ian Anthony Medina’s case is insidious and a gross violation of federal law in deprivation of guaranteed and rightful due process rights before a court of law;

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, THAT THE UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES---

 

Section 100. Impeachment of Judge Beth Bloom, Judge Charles R. Wilson, Judge Elizabeth L. Branch and Judge Robert J. Luck

 

Pursuant to Article I, Section 2 and Clause 5 of the Constitution of the United States, Judge Beth Bloom, Judge Charles R. Wilson, Judge Elizabeth L. Branch and Judge Robert J. Luck are hereby impeached for judicial misconduct, lack of integrity, lack of commitment to justice, nonfeasance and violations of litigant’s due process rights in violation of federal law. U.S. Const. art. I, § 2, c. 5 (2022). These judges have exhibited a lack of respect for litigant’s due process rights by engaging in nonfeasance to actions required by federal law, which is a gross deviation of the honor and prestige afforded to federal judges in the United States. The United States is imperiled by judges like these that have forgotten the value of justice and equality.

 

Section 101. Referral to U.S. Senate For Conviction

 

Pursuant to Article I, Section 3, Clause 6 of the Constitution of the United States, the U.S. House of Representatives refers this matter to the U.S. Senate for trial and conviction. U.S. Const. art. I, § 3, c. 6 (2022).

 

Section 102. No Inferred Rights, Privileges, Immunities And/Or Benefits

 

Nothing in this chapter shall be inferred to confer any rights, privileges, immunities and/or benefits, neither actually nor constructively to any person or entity except as expressed herein. 

 

Section 103. Reservation of all Rights, Privileges, Immunities And/Or Benefits

 

The Congress of the United States of America reserves all rights, privileges, immunities and/or benefits available at law regarding this legislation. 

 

Section 104. Subsequent Jurisprudence Barred By Political Question Doctrine 

 

Any case and/or controversy arising out of this legislation against any party is barred by political question doctrine. U.S. Const. art. III, § 2, c. 1. 

 

Section 105. Legislative Immunity

 

Any case and/or controversy arising out of this legislation against any member of Congress is barred by the Speech or Debate Clause of the Constitution of the United States of America. U.S. Const. art. I, § 6, c. 1. 

 

Section 106. Federal Preemption

 

This legislation hereby preempts the states and any cases/controversies arising in state government is preempted by the Supremacy Clause of the Constitution of the United States of America. U.S. Const. art. VI, c. 2. 

 

Section 107. Repeal of Old, Previous Legislation

 

Any state and/or federal legislation contrary to this legislation are hereby repealed, disused, voided and rendered invalid. Thus, this legislation shall replace the old, previous legislation that is in full force and effect. 

 

Section 108. Antagonistic Jurisprudence

 

Any antagonistic jurisprudence contrary to this legislation is hereby rendered moot, repealed, disused, voided and rendered invalid. Thus, this legislation shall replace the antagonistic jurisprudence that is in full force and effect.

 

Section 109. Subsequent Legislation

 

Any subsequent legislation, except a duly made amendment to this legislation by concurrence of a majority of each chamber of Congress, is of no valid force and effect. 

 

Sponsored By Rep. Ian A. Medina (D-FL): 01/09/2023

 

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