House Tries to Vote For Trump’s Impeachment and Immediately Backfires In Their Face

The House of Representatives today made a call to strike a huge blow to the Democrat-led effort to spew hate and continue their impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump.

Their move was aided and funded by left-wing Texas Democrat Rep. Al Green, a politician who has repeatedly tried to force votes on impeachment proceedings. None of his past efforts have been taken seriously and today’s move was no different than his past failures. For the December 6 vote, 364 Congressmen voted against the measure and a mere 58 — all Democrats — voted in favor. 4 voted present.

Green tried to do his best and put up fear and hate inside American citizens. In a dramatic speech on the floor ahead of the vote, Green called Trump “unfit” for office and accused him of “high misdemeanors.”

“As I have said before, this is not about Democrats, it is about democracy,” Green wrote in a memo to his colleagues. “It is not about Republicans, it is about the fate of our Republic. May everyone votes their conscience knowing that history will judge us all.” The vote was symbolic and was sure to fail, regardless. Still, it put some lawmakers in competitive districts in a tough spot by forcing them on the record about impeachment.

Here is the list if you are interested: fear and hate, though.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders called the Green’s effort “pathetic.” Interestingly, though, Green didn’t even mention the claims about Russia collusion that has the left all hot and bothered… naturally, he left it out because despite over a year of “investigations” into the accusation of collusion, not a shred of evidence has come out to prove it.

In his memo to lawmakers, Green didn’t allege “obstruction of justice” or reference the ongoing investigation into the 2016 presidential campaign’s connection with Russia. Instead, Green highlighted Trump’s supposed association with “White Nationalism, Neo-Nazism, and Hate,” as well as “Inciting Hatred and Hostility,” as offenses worthy of impeachment.

“Friends, whether we like it or not, we now have a bigot in the White House who incites hatred and hostility,” Green wrote in a letter. Even House Democrat leader Nancy Pelosi felt Green’s effort was a joke. She said any impeachment efforts should be put on hold until there is some real reason to push it.