House Dems Force Vote to Impeach Trump – Did Not End Up Well for Them


The House of Representatives today delivered a massive blow to the Democrat-led effort to launch impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump.

On Wednesday, Democrats in the House of Representatives finally made their move, but it didn’t end well for them.

The move was sponsored by left-wing Texas Democrat Rep. Al Green, a nut job who has repeatedly tried to force votes on impeachment proceedings. None of his past efforts have gone anywhere and today’s move was no different than his past failures.

From Politics Pot:

Fox News reported that the House of Representatives voted to reject the attempt to impeach Trump after Democratic Texas Rep. Al Green forced the vote. Green had done this by introducing two articles of impeachment against Trump. However, the House ended up shooting this impeachment bid down in a 364-58 vote.

While this is a victory for Trump supporters, it’s also disturbing that that many Democrats were willing to impeach Trump at this time. While the vote was expected to fail in the Republican-controled House, it served as a grim reminder of what can happen if Democrats get the majority next year.

Before the vote, Green gave a dramatic speech on the House floor in which he called Trump “unfit” for office and accused him of “high misdemeanors.”

“As I have said before, this is not about Democrats, it is about democracy,” Green wrote in a memo to his colleagues. “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.”

Green has been talking about impeaching Trump for months. Back in October, he filed impeachment articles that nearly forced a vote — until House Democratic leaders persuaded him to abandon the effort. White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders fired back at the time by calling his efforts “problematic.”

In his memo to other representatives, Green didn’t allege “obstruction of justice” or reference the ongoing investigation into the 2016 presidential campaign’s connection with Russia. Instead, he talked about Trump’s alleged association with “White Nationalism, Neo-Nazism and Hate,” as well as “Inciting Hatred and Hostility,” as offenses worthy of impeachment.

“Friends, whether we like it or not, we now have a bigot in the White House who incites hatred and hostility,” Green wrote in a letter.


This was just another example of Democrats making themselves look foolish as they indulge their wild-eyed hatred for President Donald Trump.

Impeachment requires a simple majority vote of the House and then the Senate serves as a jury to hear the case with a two-thirds vote required for removal from office.

Only two presidents have ever been impeached: Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. However, neither were convicted by the Senate. Richard Nixon resigned before the House of Representatives could vote on impeachment resolutions. Nineteen elected officials in total have been impeached in American history and only eight have been convicted.