It should come as no surprise that as of the first day of the new congress Democrat congressman Brad Sherman from California re-introduced articles of impeachment for President Trump.
The Democratic representative from California introduced articles of impeachment against President Trump as soon as the new Congress came into session Thursday, alleging the commander-in-chief has obstructed justice by meddling in the Russia investigation.
“I believe that Obstruction of Justice is the clearest and most provable high crime and misdemeanor committed by Donald J. Trump,” Sherman tweeted.
With a newfound majority in the House, Democrats could actually impeach Trump. Freshly minted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) wasn’t as enthusiastic about the prospect as Sherman, but wouldn’t rule it out entirely.
“We shouldn’t be impeaching for a political reason, and we shouldn’t avoid impeachment for a political reason,” Pelosi said in an interview with NBC News before she was sworn in.
Sherman alleges Trump first obstructed justice when he asked former FBI Director James Comey in February 2017 to “lay off” his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who was under investigation at the time for his contacts with Russian government officials. Flynn has since pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI and is cooperating with special counsel Robert Mueller’s office.
Trump again obstructed justice when he fired Comey three months later, Sherman argues.
Sherman, Pelosi and the rest of the out of touch Democrats will literally stop at nothing to try and stop President Trump from doing his job and improving this country and putting us (the people) first. It is absolutely disgraceful that they can’t act like adults and do their jobs to better life for us (the American people.) They are a disgrace and should be ashamed of themselves.
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