Are these ladies delusional?
Give me a freaking break.
They’re talking a big game today about impeaching Trump, but I have to ask the first question: Impeach for what?
For hurting your feelings?
For Making America Great Again?
In order to impeach a President you need a very serious crime.
President Trump has done nothing except work for free, tirelessly, for the American people.
Yet here’s what he gets in return from these “ladies”:
Here is the short summary from LaCorte News on Tlaib:
Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) doubled down Thursday on her push to have President Donald Trump impeached and called on members of Congress to take swift action on the matter, Fox News reported.
Her remarks came after a recent petition for President Trump's impeachment was signed by 10 million citizens.
“What I think is important is to recognize that 10 million people said that we need to hold this president accountable,” Tlaib said. “That speaks volumes.”
“Just alone, just think about it: ten million people want us to uphold the United States Constitution. Ten million people want us to investigate this president and whether or not he has violated the United States Constitution and whether or not he’s acting above the law.”
The Michigan Democrat added that the petition is “saying to all of us as members of Congress, please, please do something. Take back our democracy. Get back our country.”
She said House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) is acting on “political strategy” whereas she wants to impeach Trump because, she suggested, it is the right to do.
“When I look back at this moment in our country, this remarkable moment in our country, I want to look back and say that I did something,” she said. “Right now, doing nothing is not an option, and ten million people just told us, do something.”
And also from LaCorte News about Pelosi:
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said at a press briefing on Thursday that she thinks President Donald Trump "is almost self-impeaching," claiming that Trump is "every day demonstrating more obstruction of justice and disrespect for Congress' legitimate role to subpoena," CNN reported.
Pelosi's comments came amid growing tensions between Democratic members of Congress and Mr. Trump after the House Judiciary Committee voted to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt for refusing to comply with a subpoena for special counsel Robert Mueller's unredacted version of his report on the investigation into Trump and Russia.
President Trump asserted executive privilege over Mueller's original, unrevised report -- a move which will probably lead to a lengthy legal battle.
Pelosi agreed with House Judiciary Chair Jerrold Nadler that the country is in a "constitutional crisis" but suggested it is too soon to start impeachment proceedings."Sometimes people act as though it's impeach or nothing. It's not that," Pelosi said. "It's a path that is producing results and gathering information and some of that information is that this administration wants to have a constitutional crisis because they do not respect the oath of office that they take to protect and defend the Constitution of the United States ... We won't go any faster than the facts take us or any slower than the facts take us."
Here's more from The Blaze:
Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.) has brought multiple petitions containing 10 million signatures calling for President Donald Trump's impeachment.
Here's what we know
Tlaib was joined on Thursday by Rep. Al Green (D-Texas), as well as representatives from various liberal groups including MoveOn, the Women's March, and megadonor Tom Steyer's Need to Impeach.
"This is incredible because this is how movements start," Tlaib said during her Thursday event. "We cannot set a precedent and allow the rule of law to be eroded, allow our democracy to continue to be corrupted by this president."
Tlaib introduced a resolution in March to impeach Trump, which has been co-sponsored by Green and five other Democratic members of the House: Filemon Vela (Texas), Jared Huffman (Calif.), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (N.Y.), Ilhan Omar (Minn.), and Ayanna Pressley (Mass.).
What does this mean?
While 10 million is certainly a lot of signatures, unless a simple majority of the 435 members in the House of Representatives agrees to adopt articles of impeachment not even signatures from all 327 million people living in the United States would be legally binding.
Are you a woman voting for Trump?
We're trying to hit 100,000 women in support of Trump....care to help?