Democratic Lawmaker Threatens Criminal Charges Against President Trump

Rep. Tavia Galonski from Ohio is talking some big talk, now it's time to see if she walks the walk.

Galonski is threatening to make a "referral for crimes against humanity" to the International Court in Hague all because President Trump has been promoting hydroxychloroquine as a treatment for the coronavirus outbreak.

To this, I say so what? He hasn't been demanding that people use it. He's said what everyone else has been saying and that's that they are seeing some promising results from it.

Rep. Galonski tweeted, “I can’t take it anymore. I’ve been to The Hague. I’m making a referral for crimes against humanity tomorrow. Today’s press conference was the last straw. I know the need for a prosecution referral when I see one.”

But then, she turns around to later admit that she has no idea how she would go about doing that. “How hard can it be?” Galonski claimed.

Galonski told the Ohio Capital Journal during an interview that she is going to investigate how to report an allegation of crimes against humanity to the International Criminal Court, commonly known as “The Hague” in the Netherlands.

“I need every lawyer that ever did any work on the international level to contact me,” Galonski tweeted on Sunday. She repeatedly offered her personal email addresses, asking supporters to “send me your name and legal qualifications.”

If you go by Galonski's biography page on her government website profile,she has served the State of Ohio in a “legal capacity for over 15 years.”

Galonski's webpage says:

Galonski, previously a magistrate in the Summit County Court of Common Pleas, has served the state in a legal capacity for over 15 years. Formerly a magistrate of the county’s domestic relations court, she most recently served as magistrate of the county’s juvenile court before coming to the state legislature.

Galonski received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Emory University in Atlanta, where she became employed with Delta Airlines as a flight attendant. Her goal at Delta was for flight attendants to be unionized like pilots, as she noticed the pilots were able to negotiate as a unit for fair and just workplace agreements. 

The Hill | Ohio Capital Journal

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