Democratic Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger of Virginia was trashed by her own constituents for supporting the sham impeachment of President Trump. The fireworks erupted at a heated town hall meeting over the weekend.
Voters shouted, “Let our votes count!” and “Trump did nothing wrong!” when Spanberger meekly tried to explain why she supports impeachment.
Spanberger stammered: “The allegations against the President are incredibly, incredibly serious.”
One guy retorted, “The allegations are incredible bullsh**. It’s cr*p! He hasn’t done anything wrong!”
One constituent begged Spanberger: “Let our votes count! Don’t take them away.”
Still another voter said: “You all have been trying to impeach this man since he got elected.”
One resident shouted: “It’s a lie. It’s all a lie!”
WATCH: #VA07 Democrat Rep. Abigail Spanberger faced the wrath of angry constituents this week for supporting the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
Those in attendance called the impeachment inquiry "incredible bullshit," "crap," and "all lies." pic.twitter.com/FzJlsA6sCh
— America Rising (@AmericaRising) December 10, 2019
Another voter said instead of impeaching President Trump, Congress should let Americans decide if Trump should be ousted. “Let’s put it to the voters next fall,” he said.
Spanberger then tried to claim that the Democrat-led impeachment isn’t a personal vendetta against President Trump. But few believed her.
“This isn’t about this election. This isn’t about this President. It is about the presidency,” Spanberger mumbled. “It is about what behavior is deemed to be appropriate. It is about the security of our 2020 election.”
Abigail Spanberger’s fiery town hall is a preview of the fury that many Democrats could face when they leave Washington for Christmas break and return home.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) December 13, 2019
As BizPac Review reported, Democrats are already preparing to impeach Trump again when he wins re-election in November 2020.
Democratic Congressman Al Green — who says Trump should be impeached as penance for slavery — says the “president can be impeached more than once.”
Green has introduced articles of impeachment against Trump three times in the Democrat-led House of Representatives. They all failed miserably.
However, he says his tactic is to try, try again — even if it means reviving the Russia collusion hoax.
“I think the Mueller report has some issues in it that ought to be considered,” Green said. “I think the obstruction of the Comey investigation has issues that should be considered. And I think the invidious discrimination that I have called to the attention of the public ought to be considered.”
Al Green says he wants to push for impeachment again if President Trump gets re-elected.
“A president can be impeached more than once. So we can do this!” Green chirped. “We can move forward with what we have on the table currently. We can take this before the Senate. And we can still investigate other issues. And when the president has committed additional offenses — and my suspicion is that he will — we can take those before the Senate.”
Green first introduced articles of impeachment in November 2017 — just 10 months after Trump was sworn into office. Green then introduced articles of impeachment again in January 2018 and a third time in July 2019.
All three impeachment efforts failed miserably by overwhelming votes.
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