Dems Attempts To Impeach President Trump Begin On Day One Of New Congress

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Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Calif.) intends to introduce articles of impeachment against President Trump on Thursday as the new session of Congress convenes.

The Los Angeles Times reported that Sherman’s measure will accuse Trump of obstruction of justice in the firing of former FBI Director James Comey, among other things.

The California Democrat previously filed articles of impeachment on similar grounds in July 2017 and was among the nearly 60 Democrats who voted in favor of launching impeachment proceedings in December 2017. The measure overwhelmingly failed.

Read more at The Hill.

{Matzav.com}

6 COMMENTS

  1. Sure they should impeach him. How dare Trump make Mueller look like a first class corrupt fool (which he is in any event) after 2 years of not finding the ghost?

  2. their whole MENU in Congress is only AGAINST a President who won the election. whatever he wants to do and did is for the good of American citizens and they’re all against it even if it’s good for Americans. their goal is to get the President indicted and impeached. IT WON’T WORK AND IT’LL BACKFIRE ON THEM

  3. If the President didn’t fire Comey it would have been an obstruction of justice. Comey wasn’t doing justice as we now know thanks to the president’s actions to drain the swamp.
    In addition, the president cannot be liable for exercising his right and authority, in this case, to fire Comey.
    The Democrats are pathetically misguided and misinformed. They are not serving the country well, either. Too bad America has gone down to a level where these Democrats are actually elected officials. it’s an embarrasment to the good patriotic, educated, and wise elected officials.

  4. All these problems lay at the feet of the disgraced Jeff Sessions. He obstructed justice by not doing what he was being paid by the taxpayers to do. Jeff should be arrested without bail.

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