So here's how it’s supposed to work. Both of these screamers of hate whom also attack members of their own party along with their recent attacks on
uncle Joe Biden in alliance with the agenda of the Justice Democrats already have enough on them that in my opine they could be [removed] from
I mean look who is in charge here. Bill Clinton, Barrack Obama, Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer and the list goes on still run the show! So
these two show up along with many others and since the Justice Democrats announce that their goal is the eventual takeover of the entire Democrat
Party, we are all supposed to kneel and beg for mercy and forgiveness? Hell I don’t even think that George Soros would even want that.
Let’s look at the recent time line.
1. Several weeks ago AOC and Omar trashed Biden on different topics. At that time his poll numbers were in the dirt we were told. But that may have
been a psyop so those two openly attacked Biden and look what happens:
2. Omar gets hammered on or about May 18, 2019 you can read it here:
Q: What did Omar do wrong? A: The Minnesota Campaign Finance and Public Disclosure Board said Thursday that Omar and her husband, Ahmed Abdisalan
Hirsi, filed joint tax returns for 2014 and 2015 — before they were actually married and while Omar was legally wed to another man. While some
states allow for joint filing for “common law” marriages, Minnesota does not, and filing joint tax returns with someone who is not your legal
spouse is against both federal and state law.
3. So just who does this AOC woman child think she is? This one should be enough. You can read it here:
AOC threatens to put moderate Democrats 'on a list' to be unseated
4. New poll numbers as reported via CBS News June 12, 2019, 9:26 AM show that Biden would win in a landslide. You can read it here:
Here’s the actual link of the rules and how to remove a person from Congress:
HOUSE ETHICS MANUAL Violations of the House gift rule, the performance of campaign work in an official congressional office by congressional employees
on official time, and the failure to maintain adequate records to verify the legitimacy of expenditures of campaign funds;80 and Making statements
that impugned the reputation of the House, failing to cooperate fully with fact-finding being undertaken by the Chairman and Ranking Minority Member
of the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, threatening to retaliate against a fellow Member because of the Member‘s vote on particular
legislation, and offering a political endorsement for a relative of a Member in exchange for vote by the Member in favor of particular
Under the United States Constitution and congressional practice, Members of Congress may have their services ended prior to the normal expiration of
their constitutionally established terms of office by their resignation or death, or by action of the house of Congress in which they are a Member by
way of an “expulsion,” or by a finding that in accepting a subsequent “incompatible” public office, the Member would be deemed to have vacated
his congressional seat. Under Article I, Section 5, clause 2, of the Constitution, a Member of Congress may be removed from office before the normal
expiration of his or her constitutional term by an “expulsion” from the Senate (if a Senator) or from the House of Representatives (if a
Representative) upon a formal vote on a resolution agreed to by two-thirds of the Members of that body present and voting. While there are no specific
grounds for an expulsion expressed in the Constitution, expulsion actions in both the House and the Senate have generally concerned cases of perceived
disloyalty to the United States, or the conviction of a criminal statutory offense which involved abuse of one’s official position. Each house has
broad authority as to the grounds, nature, timing, and procedure for an expulsion of a Member. However, policy considerations, as opposed to questions
of authority, have appeared to restrain the Senate and House in the exercise of expulsion when it might be considered as infringing on the electoral
process, such as when the electorate knew of the past misconduct under consideration and still elected or re-elected the Member.
Powerful stuff and I have had it with those two. I vote for Expulsion of both of them so what say YOU?
edit on 12-6-2019 by Waterglass because: double post and typos
edit on 12-6-2019 by Waterglass because: typo