He’s back! Nutty Al Green returns, pitching his “Impeach Trump” plot all over again.
As reported by TruthRevolt in September, goofball Representative Green of Texas promised he would impeach President Donald Trump “next week.” Green was apparently tied up for a while, and therefore Trump has remained in the Oval Office. But Green is at it again, and with a whole new reason.
As a reminder, President Trump’s impeachable offense in September was, according to Green, his use of the term “son of a b*tch” as a reference to people kneeling during the Star-Spangled Banner. At the time, Green did his best Jesse Jackson before the Speaker of the House, sporting an American flag tie and his cool ponytail:
“I rise today…to make comments that I never thought I’d have to make…I rise today to defend, denounce, and announce…I rise today…to defend any mother who has been called a dog, because her son has engaged in peaceful protest…I rise today…to defend any son who is called the son of a dog because he engaged in peaceful protest…I rise today to denounce these comments that have been made, because they have brought discourse to a new low…I rise…to say…that this is not what America is all about—calling people ‘SOB’s’…and we know what a ‘B’ is: it’s a dog…I rise because my heart tells me that I must do something…I rise to announce that on next week…I will bring a priveleged resolution…and I will call for the impeachment of the President of the United States of America.”
Somehow, Green’s jets over Trump’s NFL comment have cooled. And so, meet his new charge against the Commander-in-Chief: Trump’s retweeting of three Muslim videos -- “Muslim migrant beats up Dutch boy on crutches!” “Muslim Destroys a Statue of Virgin Mary!” and “Islamist mob pushes teenage boy off roof and beats him to death!”
Green responded with indignation, stating on November 29th:
"When hate emanates from the presidency the solution is impeachment. Impeachment will be voted on before Christmas."
And the very next day, seemingly in the same suit (and still "rising"):
"Next week, there will be a vote to impeach the Bigot-In-Chief. Our constituents expect us to eliminate -- not tolerate -- hate!"
If impeaching (and rising) is wrong, Green doesn't want to be right; subsequently, it becomes hard to keep up with how and when we're losing our nation's leader due to the success of one of the Texan's crackpot crusades. In May, for example, he tweeted this:
"Today on the floor of the Congress of the United States of America, I will call for the Impeachment of the President between 9am & 10am CST."
Something must've detained him then as well.
Al Green impeaches President Trump like a furniture store that, perpetually, has "lost [its] lease" and is having a "Going Out of Business" sale. Except in Green's case, instead of losing his lease, he's lost his mind.