BREAKING: 21 House Democrats Initiate Coup Attempt With Bill to Remove Trump From Office Because of Tweets

BREAKING: 21 House Democrats Initiate Coup Attempt With Bill to Remove Trump From Office Because of Tweets

Democrats run Twitter and can ban any conservative from tweeting. Twitter would have banned Trump by now if he wasn’t the President. But now Democrats are attempting to ‘ban’ President Trump from serving office because he insulted Mika, the daughter of the late globalist geo-strategic visionary Zbigniew Brzezinski. Twenty one desperate Democrats are now open about their desires to erase the election results from the 2016 election, and it looks like they’re trying to use Trump’s rant against Mika as part of the ‘grounds’ to do it. From Yahoo News:

But 21 House Democrats, including the ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, are now pushing an equally radical alternative: They are backing a bill that would create a congressional “oversight” commission that could declare the president incapacitated, leading to his removal from office under the 25th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.

At 12:56 p.m. Thursday, barely four hours after Trump tweeted attacks against MSNBC cable host Mika Brzezinski in crude, personal terms, Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., the chief sponsor of the bill, sent out an email to his colleagues, urging them to get behind the measure, writing it was of “enduring importance to the security of our nation.”

When Yahoo News asked Congressmen Jamie Raskin, D-Md, if Trumps verbal ‘attack’ on Mika was what spurred the coup attempt, she said:

“I assume every human being is allowed one or two errant and seemingly deranged tweets. The question is whether you have a sustained pattern of behavior that indicates something is seriously wrong.”

This would all be ridiculous, if it weren’t for the serious of the matter. Democrats actually think they can have a president removed from office because they don’t like the things he says on Twitter.

Raskin, a former constitutional law professor, has seized on some largely overlooked language in Section 4 as the basis for his bill. It turns out it doesn’t only have to be the Cabinet that makes a finding of presidential incapacity. The section also permits “such other body as Congress may by law provide” — along with the vice president — to reach the same conclusion.

Democrats are intent to prove to the public that globalist, open-borders politicians are the ones running the show, just weeks after the deadly mass-assassination attempt of Republican congressmen in Alexandria. It was looking like conservatives were facing a fourth-generational, decentralized civil war from coming from the “Resistance”. But now it’s looking like the full Monte, with 21 Democrats punting the football.

They think this is a game that they can win.


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  • Maintenance Renegade

    2017 isn’t the end of the republic but I’m pretty sure I can see it on the horizon from here, by continually seeking to de-legitimize each other our elected officials are creating the perception that the republic itself has become illegitimate and incapable of even the most basic functions.

    While the grinding bureaucracy of the bloated federal machine keeps on going like a venerable diesel engine a sufficiently widespread perception of a failing government can cause a government to begin failing in much the same way that a small group of panicked grunts can kick off a mass route in a battle line that was perfectly capable of holding firm.

    • Danlantic

      Don’t underestimate bureaucracy. Someone said the Roman Empire fell but its bureaucracy went on for over 1000 years — as the Catholic Church.

      • Maintenance Renegade

        That’s the problem though, since the end of the civil war the extent of our current federal bureaucracy has expanded about 1,000x beyond what was envisioned by the founding fathers. Since most of these agencies answer first and foremost to the executive branch the power of the presidency continues to grow whereas the power of congress continues to wane. That’s working for us right now while our man is in but the situation raises the stakes too high and means that the federal bureaucracy is increasingly just a big cudgel endlessly cracking the skulls of whoever happens to be the president’s political enemies.

        We won in 2016 and we’ll probably win again in 2020 but after a point the country will fracture completely regardless of who wins. The obvious lesson everyone should be learning is that we need to get rid of the damned cudgel completely but all everyone is going to do is to keep fighting for control of it instead.

    • Botiemaster

      Well, all we have to do is rid ourselves of New York and California and we’re back to a real republic. I’m tired of having commie states within our borders. They ought to be ashamed of themselves. I feel bad for the republicans and conservatives there. They need to get out and forget their home ever existed in those places. I’m amazed you’re still allowed to wipe your own ass without government looking over your shoulder.

      • Toastrider

        Ever read Kurt Schlicter’s ‘People’s Republic’? That’s pretty much how it goes down in the book — there’s what amounts to a national divorce, with the statists getting the west and northeast coasts, and the Americans getting everything else.

        Pretty much turns out as you’d expect; the ‘People’s Republic’ starts to collapse a la Venezuela.

    • Geraldinefperez

      our best friend’s mother-in-law gets $83 each hour on the internet and she has been out of work for ten months and last month her check was $15293 just working on the laptop for five hours a day.. ➤ see

    • That Guy Who Goes There

      Same thing going on now in the UK with the Corbyn fanatics filling the streets demanding “Tories out” even though they just won an election. The libtards want to keep having do-overs until they get what they want.

      • Maintenance Renegade

        Something they fail to understand no matter how many times it bites them in the ass is that when you topple a government or social order and create a vacuum it’s not necessarily going to be filled by you or what you hoped for or intended.

        We saw this time and again in the so-called “Arab Spring” when the malicious schemers within our deep state partnered with the dipshit Utopian idealists of Silicon Valley to fan the flames of what really began as grain riots. They successfully incited the populations of several Middle Eastern nations to tear down their own authoritarian dictatorial governments but in almost every case the eventual result was an even more oppressive Islamist theocracy.

        Egypt was basically the only country that didn’t implode and only because the local military leadership declared marshal law and just started shooting Islamists until they could establish a new dictatorship and order was restored.

  • Typical

    Idiots. I hope these jerkoffs get voted out.

    • 1GreekAmericanWoman1

      The only jerkoffs I see is you, the ones here, and a Twitler for president.

      • Typical

        Cry more, lib. Mmmm your whiny tears are delicious.

        • 1GreekAmericanWoman1

          Because you are an ass and a moron.

          • Typical

            Mmmm, keep it up, I live for your pain. Your repressed sexual feelings for me are making you lash out. I know you secretly want me to own that ass.

          • Typical

            As an aside, I wonder how these pathetic morons get directed here, it’s such a niche site, it’s almost as if they’re masochistic and seek out abuse. Really makes me wonder what kind of deranged individual the retard above is, but then I see them throwing bricks and temper tantrums on tv, so I guess it’s pretty widespread.

  • Danlantic

    Do they know an impeachment would make Mike Pence, not Hillary, president?

    • BasedLink

      They do, but they don’t care because Pence isn’t the one saying mean things on Twitter.

    • Toastrider

      Might be just a viewpoint of ‘one war at a time’. Deal with Trump first, then deal with Pence.

      Which would be a fairly rational strategy if their planning accounted for the reaction they might get if they succeed at the first.

      As I told someone else: why on earth should any non-Democrat voter ever acknowledge a Democrat president, ever again?

  • Monsieur de Comte Beaujangles

    The left lost it ages ago.