The Congressional Black Congress isn’t going to be satisfied until they have a lynching with President Trump dangling from the end of the rope.
Now that they have retaken control of the House Of Representatives, Democrats have the votes to get on with that lynching and while there is still ZERO evidence of Russian collusion, the Dems will be conducting up to 100 investigations into every aspect of the president’s life, his family and his associates in order to produce the casus belli for impeachment.
The Constitution is very specific about the grounds for impeachment being high crimes and misdemeanors but lunatics like Texas Congressman Al Green – a crazed racist who has been chummy with Farrakhan – are redefining the rules by demanding that Trump be strung up over “racism” which is the catch-all term for everyone and everything that the flaming anti-Semites and other bigots on the left dislike or disagree with.
Green’s latest crusade? Impeach Trump because Virginia Governor Ralph Northam who is a Democrat once wore blackface and/or a Ku Klux Klan getup while in college.
When we allow bigotry to infect the body politic with impunity at the highest level, other levels will expect impunity for their bigotry. Gov. Northam’s refusal to resign for his bigotry is a symptom. Failure to act on Pres. Trump’s bigotry is the problem. #ImpeachmentIsNotDead
— Congressman Al Green (@RepAlGreen) February 7, 2019
Last week, Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) used the scandal surrounding Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s blackface-KKK yearbook photo to repeat his incessant calls for Congress to impeach President Donald Trump. Indeed, Green blamed Trump for Northam’s refusal to resign, despite calls from Democrats across the country.
“When we allow bigotry to infect the body politic with impunity at the highest level, other levels will expect impunity for their bigotry,” Green tweeted. “Gov. Northam’s refusal to resign for his bigotry is a symptom. Failure to act on Pres. Trump’s bigotry is the problem.” The congressman added the hashtag “Impeachment Is Not Dead.”
Al Green also delivered similar remarks on the floor of the House of Representatives on Thursday.
He declared “that the refusal to resign because of blatant bigotry is a symptom. The refusal to resign when it is obvious, intuitively obvious to the most casual observer, that there is bigotry. The refusal to resign when there is clear and convincing evidence of bigotry, when there is guilt beyond all doubt, when there’s a smoking gun.”
Northam has insisted that the photo on his yearbook page — which shows two men, one in blackface and the other in a KKK robe and hood — did not show him and was unknown to him before the controversy broke earlier this month. Yet a former staffer who worked on that yearbook insisted that the photos were chosen by the individual students for their own pages. Northam did admit to wearing blackface when dressing as Michael Jackson at a party in the 1980s. The Virginia governor has refused to resign.
Al Green did not place primary blame on Ralph Northam, however, but on Donald Trump.
It’s hard to shake the idea that a very dark animosity toward white people (and probably Jews as well) is at at the dark heart of the Congressional Black Caucus’s mania to impeach Trump.
That idea is given credence by who Rep. Green is chummy with:
If Al Green (not the singer) really gave a damn about bigotry he wouldn't be hugging Louis Farrakhan all over. pic.twitter.com/nwVOjkHg07
— Parker Shannon (@TheObamaFile) February 11, 2019