The “Trump Impeachment” March
Given the recent attempted murder of Republican congressmen, the cultural storm brewing could be as catastrophic as a hurricane. Sadly, there are no signs that it will be letting up soon.
First came the “Women’s March,” vagina costumes and all, then came “A Day Without a Woman.” Now, just before Americans gather to celebrate their freedom from tyranny on Independence Day, we’ll have the Trump “Impeachment March.”
The group, has been organizing demonstrations and planning rallies both nationally and globally, to be held on July 2nd. This is an excerpt of their “purpose” taken directly from their website:
“Donald Trump has been in blatant violation of the Constitution from the day he was sworn into the office of President. The Constitution gives the House of Representatives the sole power to impeach an official, and it makes the Senate the sole court for impeachment trials. It is time that congressional representatives do their job and start the process to impeach this president”
Interestingly, just by reading the first line any reasonable person can see their mission is…
The first statement alone is enough to make a person scratch their head. What in the world could President Trump have done on inauguration day to violate the Constitution? Was the oath he took to stand-up for Americans? Was it the Bible? Perhaps on the basis of liberal logic, it could’ve been either.
The website went on to add that “We believe President Trump has committed constitutional breaches, consistently lied, cheated, and enforces laws that primarily benefit him and his billionaire friends at the expense of the country.”
There is a marked difference between “believing” and “knowing.”
It’s painfully apparent by their statement, that they know very little. They seem to know even less than that about impeachment. The group has scheduled sister marches in 33 cities, including one in Mexico. Last time we checked, Mexican citizens’ “beliefs” had no bearing on U.S. politics.
But then again, the protesters, beliefs are of little importance, so they’ll be in good company.