From the steps of New York City Hall on Saturday, U.S. House Democratic chair Hakeem Jeffries smeared President Trump as “treasonous” and “a clear and present danger,” and demanded he be removed from office for “inciting sedition” over last week’s chaos at the Capitol.
“Donald Trump must be removed from office immediately. He should be impeached, convicted and thrown out of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and forever banished to the dustbin of history,” ranted Jeffries, who added ridiculously that every hour Trump remains in the Oval Office he poses a potential danger.
“On Monday, a privileged resolution will be introduced that will charge the President of the United States with inciting sedition,” Jeffries continued to blather.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney, chair of the House Oversight Committee, seconded Jeffries: “[Trump] should resign immediately. He is a clear threat to our democracy.” Incompetent New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio also chimed in, with insanely hyperbolic fear-mongering: “Anyone who is that treasonous, anyone who has lost control of his mental abilities as to start an insurrection against the United States should not have his finger on the nuclear button.”
This would be laughable if it weren’t so hateful. Democrats know Trump is not about to launch a nuclear war (against whom?) but their aim is to demonize Trump as Evil Incarnate.
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In June 2017, Jeffries stood on the House floor and said that “so many folks dripping in hatred flocked to [Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential] candidacy,” and that Trump’s election represented a racist “backlash” against “eight years of progress” in America. “Why would people that worship at the altar of white supremacy [be] drawn to Donald Trump’s campaign?” Jeffries asked. “That’s not to say that every American who voted for Donald Trump is a racist,” he added. “We do know that every racist in America voted for Donald Trump. That’s a problem.” Further, Jeffries said it was unlikely that Attorney General Jeff Sessions would prosecute hate crimes, because he was “straight out of central casting” for a “good ol’ boy.”
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