Muslim and alleged fraudulent representative Rashida Tlaib (D-MI) formally submitted her impeachment resolution on Wednesday with the support of just one other representative, a Democrat who is also Muslim, Al Green (TX).
Green has also tried to advance impeachment of President Donald Trump before and utterly failed. Tlaib will probably do the same.
“Just Al Green and I,” Tlaib said, adding that she does not think there will be any others who come forward with their support.
Earlier this week she sent a “Dear Colleague” letter to a targeted list of members who in the past had shown an openness to pushing for impeachment and that she thought could be open to signing their name to her resolution.
Asked if she is disappointed that others didn’t sign on, especially those in her freshman class who may have called for impeachment on the campaign trail, she said no.
In a last-minute news conference outside the Capitol, Tlaib brushed aside concerns that she failed to get more than one other Democrat to sign on to her resolution.
“For many of my colleagues, not one told me not to,” she said, explaining she wasn’t discouraged from pursuing her resolution. “And that’s important to know. Not one single person told me not to do this — and I think that speaks volumes, more than whether or not they signed on.”
The text of her letter to colleagues read in part:
We all swore to protect our nation, and that begins with making sure that no one, including the President of the United States, is acting above the law. I urge your support in recommending that the House Committee on Judiciary begin hearings, take depositions, and issue subpoenas to answer this question that is fundamental to the rule of law and the preservation of our democracy.
Clearly, she is suffering from a delusion, just like Adam Schiff.
"For many of my colleagues, not one told me not to," she said, explaining she wasn't discouraged from pursuing her resolution. "And that's important to know. Not one single person told me not to do this -- and I think that speaks volumes, more than whether or not they signed on."
Yeah, it speaks volumes that they are going to let you hang yourself with your own rope.
Even House leadership isn't considering her plans, which seems questionable at face value, sort of like her legitimacy to be in Congress.
“You can ask her how she’s doing on her resolution," Pelosi told CNN earlier Wednesday. “That is not an initiative of our House caucus.”
“I’ve made it really clear on impeachment,” Pelosi added. “Everybody can do whatever they want to do but that’s not a place where we are right now. Right now, we are talking about health care, we are talking about climate and building the infrastructure of America in a green way. Just like we promised in the campaign. That is what we are spending our time on.”
Tlaib used vulgarity in a speech back in January in which she stated she was going to "impeach the m***erf**ker," referring to President Trump.
Shortly after, there were nearly 300,000 people who signed a petition to have her removed from office for fraud, claiming that Tlaib lied about living in the district she ran to represent.
Clearly, this resolution is dead. It's a way to make Tlaib feel like she is special and doing something when she's really doing nothing.
When are we going to see a real investigation into her Islamic terror ties and her alleged election fraud? Hmmm. Don't hold your breath.
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