Bobby Jeffries is a Republican running for Congress in Pennsylvania.
Following the House impeachment vote, which was split incredibly along party lines, with only 3 Democrats not voting for impeachment and ZERO Republicans voting to impeach President Trump, Jeffries is calling for those representatives who support impeachment to be charged with treason!
In a press release, Jeffries wrote,
“Every single Democrat member of the House of Representatives, and any witness who aided in this impeachment coup, should immediately be charged with treason. They have bastardized the rule of law to upend the election of Donald J. Trump as President of the United States.
We have entered an extremely dark chapter in this satanic saga against President Trump and all those who stand for his unifying America First agenda.“
Take a look:
Here's what Jeffries had to say on Twitter about why the representatives who voted for impeachment should be charged with treason:
Central Florida Post has more to say about Jeffries calling for the Democrats who support impeachment of President Trump to be arrested for treason:
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told the American people that it was a somber occasion. However, shortly after the Democrats delivered the only totally partisan impeachment against a duly elected president, Democrats were heard cheering and seen taking selfies.
Both Enrique Tarrio and Bobby Jeffries issued a damning rebuke of the impeachment vote moments after the gavel came down. Tarrio is a Cuban American Republican candidate and founder of the Proud Boys and is running for a South Florida congressional seat. Jeffries is a businessman who is mounting an aggressively pro-Trump campaign in Pennsylvania.
According to a release from Tarrio’s campaign that was sent to TGP, the first generation Cuban exile decried the Democrats for shifting America towards the type of hollow government that so many have tried to escape when fleeing from Socialist and Communist totalitarian regimes.
Yesterday, the House impeached President Trump with a vote of 230-197 on charges of abuse of power and 229-198 on obstruction of Congress.
Chron has more details:
The House spent Wednesday debating the two impeachment articles on the House floor. The first article accused Trump of abusing his power by leveraging the federal government and taxpayer money for his personal and political gain, and the second accused him of obstructing the congressional inquiry into his actions on Ukraine.
Nearly all House Republicans who spoke accused Democrats of looking for an excuse to impeach Trump, while Democrats argued that Trump's conduct regarding Ukraine necessitated impeachment.
Both articles passed, meaning Trump is impeached. The article on abuse of power passed 230 to 197, and the one on obstruction passed 229 to 198.
But he's not removed from office. The Senate determines whether that will happen.