BAD NEWS For Al Green, Maxine Waters & Co.

Democratic Rep. Al Green’s Christmas dream did not come true on Wednesday. Al Green hoped to have President Trump impeached by Christmas, but he fell short and failed…BIG LEAGUE!

Rep. Al Green (D-TX), Maxine Waters (D-CA) and several other out-of-touch liberal politicians have tried time and time again to push the impeachment narrative and they finally got a chance to have the House of Representatives vote on the idea on Wednesday. The vote was a procedural measure that would have led to a vote on an actual impeachment. So how exactly did it turn out? HUMILIATING!

Out of 422 representatives who voted on Green’s impeachment resolution, over 86% (364) voted against it, while a slim few (58) voted for it to move forward. As a result, Green’s resolution is DEAD. Talk about embarrassing!

Green made a laughable speech right before the vote, accusing Trump of “high misdemeanors.” Here is the video:

According to FOX News, Green also wrote a memo to lawmakers prior to the vote, citing “White Nationalism, Neo-Nazism and Hate,” as well as “Inciting Hatred and Hostility,” as offenses worthy of impeachment. Green said in his memo, per FOX:

As I have said before, this is not about Democrats, it is about democracy. It is not about Republicans, it is about the fate of our Republic. May everyone vote their conscience knowing that history will judge us all.

Despite calls from House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) to stop the impeachment nonsense, Green persisted with his mission anyway and humiliated himself. And so did the 57 other politicians who voted for the bill, including Marcia Fudge, Steve Cohen, Frederica Wilson and the others that can be found in this report by The Hill.

But is the embarrassment that Green, Waters and Co. suffered enough to knock sense into them to stop future efforts? Time will tell but we suspect not. Do you think it’s time for Green, Waters and other impeachment obsessors to give it up? COMMENT your thoughts below!

1 Comment on "BAD NEWS For Al Green, Maxine Waters & Co."

  1. Al Green was highly successful. The issue of impeachment made news. With 58 votes in support, this was a dramatic opening gambit.

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