As we’ve recently reported, the organized, radical alt-left have been pushing the idea of impeaching President Donald Trump over a questionable memo written by former FBI Director James Comey. Now comes word that Never-Trumper Rep. Justin Amash, R-Mich., has become the first Republican to raise the specter of impeachment, according to a report at The Hill.
According to The Hill, Amash was asked if a New York Times report is found to be true, would that warrant impeachment. In response, Amash said, “Yes.”
“But everybody gets a fair trial in this country,” he added.
Amash made it clear he has far more confidence in Comey than Trump, The Hill said, adding:
Asked by another reporter whether he trusted Comey’s word or Trump’s, Amash said: “I think it’s pretty clear I have more confidence in Director Comey.”
Amash is one of only two House Republicans to cosponsor a Democratic bill to establish an independent commission to investigate Russia’s role in the election. Rep. Walter Jones (R-N.C.) has also endorsed the legislation.
Flynn was ousted as Trump’s national security adviser in February after it was revealed he misled the public and top White House officials about about his communications with a Russian ambassador regarding sanctions.
Mainstream polls claim that Americans oppose Comey’s firing, but our readers said something completely different, supporting Trump’s move by 79-19 percent, with only one percent saying they didn’t know:
Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., compared the controversies to Watergate, telling reporters they’ve reached “Watergate size and scale.”
Without question, establishment liberals of both major parties want Trump out of office one way or another and by any means necessary. And it’s become painfully obvious the effort is being driven by the so-called “mainstream media.”
Sadly, Republicans aren’t exactly known for having something we like to call a “backbone” and may very well cave to demands for impeachment proceedings.
Which leads us to wonder: If you supported Trump and Republicans in 2016, will you abandon the GOP if Republicans either vote for or advance the idea of impeachment based on what has been reported? Please take our poll below and let us know what you think in the comments.
We’ll keep this poll open for a week and announce the results at that time.
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