Saturday, May 11, 2019

Cocktails & Popcorn: Rashida Wants To Impeach A President She Says Was Fraudulently Elected By The Russians

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For when Rashida gets Jolly Jerry
to commence impeachment proceedings
Rashida wants to impeach Trump.

Before you can even commence impeachment proceedings, how about answering the questions surrounding the Democratic call that the *russians* interfered in the 2016 election?

If the *russians* interfered in the 2016 election, well, that would mean that he is not duly elected, leaving no reason to impeach.

The legal term for that would be election nullification.

But that leaves a messy question for Rashida.

If the *russians* interfered in the 2016 in Detroit, that would mean that Rashida's election would have experienced interference, but no one wants to talk about that because Trump has the IG Report in his back pocket, which is obstructing justice.

The legal term for Rashida's situation would be called expulsion from congress.

That way we can launch the investigation into your election, or make Trump pull that IG Report out his back pocket and stop obstructing justice.

Oh, I forgot!

Rashida does not want to talk about trafficking tiny humans in her congressional district and how it funded her campaign, which is another reason why she wants to impeach.

So, I say, Impeach, Rashida, impeach!

Do not listen to Nancy.

Listen to Jolly Jerry.


Rep. Rashida Tlaib: 'We now have a crooked CEO in the Oval Office'

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., said she believes President Trump crossed an ethical line on “day one” of his administration.

In a Friday interview with Yahoo News’s “Skullduggery” podcast, she said Trump committed an impeachable offense by not divesting himself from his sprawling real estate empire before entering public office.

She added: “We have a corporation running our government right now.” Tlaib touted 10 million signatures on a petition calling for impeachment, which she received Thursday from advocacy groups, including MoveOn and Need to Impeach.

Tlaib made headlines shorty before she was sworn in by telling a crowd that Congress would “impeach the motherf***er.” (Reflecting on her stance to “Skullduggery,” she said: “I think I was very clear about that.”) But the Democratic leadership has steadily resisted such calls.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said earlier this week that Trump “is goading us to impeach him” to rally his base ahead of the 2020 elections.

“This is something she’s told me personally: ‘Represent your district,’” Tlaib said of Pelosi.

“So I’m representing my district here. And I’m doing it in a way that’s not disrespectful to her, or trying to undermine what I think she truly believes.”

 Tlaib further argued that the Trump administration’s conflicts of interest make it difficult for Congress to do its job on a host of other issues.

She repeatedly pointed to the Trump International Hotel Washington, D.C., which has become a hot spot for foreign governments and people with business before the government.

 “Even the people that voted for him are now feeling the pain of the fact that we now have a crooked CEO in the Oval Office that thinks he’s running a business and not a government,” she said.

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