The Donald Trump Presidency

Cambridge Joins Growing List of Cities Taking a Stand for Trump’s Impeachment

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The below article is yet another instance of Leftist hypocrisy when it comes to treating President Trump.

Since his inauguration, Democratic politicians/ voters have endlessly aspired to legitimize the Trump Presidency, with them salivating almost daily whenever Trump and the term ‘impeach’ is mentioned in the same sentence.

In addition to all of this, they continue to exhaustively spread conspiracies about a hyper politicized, phony story on collusion between Trump and Russia, even when such claims are unsubstantiated, and the next logical progression to their arguments extend to demands for nuclear war.

The snowflake meltdown over Trump’s Presidency was delightful while it lasted, but pressures mounting on the 45th President are becoming increasingly disturbing, and they must soon be brought to a permanent halt.

Common Dreams, April 2, 2017:

The Massachusetts city of Cambridge will be weighing in Monday on whether the city should call for an impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump.

If the resolution passes, Cambridge would become the first city in Massachusetts and the fifth in the nation to call for Trump’s removal. Town and city councils have no actual legal authority to call for an impeachment, but they can send a powerful message.

The proposed order calls on the U.S. House to back a resolution directing the Judiciary Committee to investigate whether there are grounds to impeach Trump.

The resolution states, “That the City Council call upon the United States House of Representatives to support a resolution authorizing and directing the House Committee on the Judiciary to investigate whether sufficient grounds exist for the impeachment of Donald J. Trump, President of the United States, including but not limited to the violations of the Foreign Emoluments Clause and the Domestic Emoluments Clause of the United States Constitution.”

It continues, “On January 11, 2017, nine days before his inauguration, Donald J. Trump announced a plan that would, if carried out, remove him from day-to-day operations of his businesses, but not eliminate any of the ongoing flow of emoluments from foreign governments, state governments, or the United States government; and on January 20, 2017, Donald J. Trump took the oath of office and became President of the United States.”

The resolution further argues, “From the moment he took office, President Trump was in violation of the Foreign Emoluments Clause and the Domestic Emoluments Clause of the United States Constitution.”

Last Tuesday, Berkeley became the third California city to call for Trump’s impeachment. The Bekeleyside reported:

“Every day there’s a new ethical problem that warrants impeachment,” said Mayor Jesse Arreguín, who co-sponsored the resolution, with Councilwoman Sophie Hahn, calling for the federal investigation into Trump. Council members Ben Bartlett and Cheryl Davila asked to be added as co-sponsors during Tuesday night’s meeting.“Every day there’s a new ethical problem that warrants impeachment,” said Mayor Jesse Arreguín, who co-sponsored the resolution, with Councilwoman Sophie Hahn, calling for the federal investigation into Trump. Council members Ben Bartlett and Cheryl Davila asked to be added as co-sponsors during Tuesday night’s meeting.

The mayor’s office cited concerns about how the president has undermined freedom of the press, and had “conspicuous connections with Russian officials,” as some of the reasons the House of Representatives should launch an investigation into the possible impeachment of the president.

The resolution was approved unanimously.

On February 21, Richmond, California became the first US city to pass a resolution calling for Trump’s impeachment. And on Tuesday, March 7, the nearby City of Alameda unanimously passed a similar resolution.

Also on March 7,  the small Vermont town of Charlotte passed an advisory resolution calling on Congress to look into whether sufficient grounds exist to pursue an impeachment of President Donald Trump. “It’s the first time I ever made a motion,” said Susan Ohanian, a retired teacher who introduced the advisory resolution at the Town Meeting Day gathering in Charlotte.

For more on the utter insanity of the Democratic party in recent times, see Kyle Kulinski’s generally honest, fair dissemination: 

3 thoughts on “Cambridge Joins Growing List of Cities Taking a Stand for Trump’s Impeachment

  1. Crybaby liberals. I expected nothing less than something along these lines. I worked for the campaign last year (DT) and since November nothing that the liberals or Democrats have done has come as a surprise. They’re bottom-feeding sore losers, mate.

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