The veiled threats from Nancy Pelosi and the democratic party are just getting beyond absurd at this point.
Apparently Nervous Pelosi is upset about how quickly President Donald Trump has beaten the coronavirus.
In a press conference Thursday, Pelosi discussed the president’s health after returning to work following a run-in with the coronavirus.
Pelosi said that democrats will hold a press conference on Friday to discuss the possibility of enacting the 25th Amendment over President Trump’s diagnosis.
For four years Pelosi and the democrats have threatened to somehow oust Trump from the White House, and now less than a month away from the election, they’re so afraid of him winning that they’re gewtting eve more desperate.
Fox News has more on Pelosi's most recent threat towards President Trump:
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi made a dramatic announcement during her weekly press conference Thursday by telling reporters that she intends to discuss a constitutional measure to remove President Trump from office, following questions regarding Trump's health as he recovers from coronavirus.
The 25th Amendment allows for the vice president to become acting president if is determined that the president "is unable to discharge the powers and duties of his office."
"Tomorrow, by the way, tomorrow, come here tomorrow," Pelosi said. "We're going to be talking about the 25th Amendment."
Pelosi had earlier questioned the status of Trump's health, as well as exactly how long he has had COVID-19.
“I think that the public needs to know the health condition of the President," Pelosi said. "There's one question that he refused to answer … when was his last negative test?" Pelosi said that this information is necessary in order to “make a judgment about the actions that were taken after that.”
"Let us see a date, a time when you last tested negative," she added.
The Hill has more on Pelosi's attack on President Trump's health:
Trump spent four days at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center from Friday to Monday to receive treatment for the coronavirus, where he received various therapeutics including does of Remdesivir, an anti-viral drug.
He was also placed on supplemental oxygen at times during his treatment.
He returned to the White House Monday but faced criticism after he left the residence Tuesday to work in the Oval Office, interacting with other staffers while he may still be contagious.
The president’s doctors have briefed the media on a number of occasions and released several memos providing updates on Trump’s health, including detailing the types of medication he’s taken. Wednesday the White House physicians reported that the president had been asymptomatic for 24 hours.
But White House physician Sean Conley has also been criticized for skirting some questions regarding Trump's health, including questions about whether the president was administered oxygen, when his last negative test was and whether the president had been held in a negative pressure room, among other things.
Trump has released a string of videos on Twitter in recent days saying that he feels significantly better since he began his treatment. He said Thursday morning in an interview on Fox Business that, “I feel perfect. There’s nothing wrong.”
Pelosi has repeatedly needled Trump with biting attacks in the past, at one point calling him “morbidly obese” in May, leading the president to fire back that the speaker is “sick.”