House GOP Move to Expunge President Trump’s Fake Impeachments

Evan El-Amin /
Evan El-Amin /

Congresswomen Elise Stefanki (R-NY) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) are planning to introduce a resolution to expunge both of President Trump’s fake impeachments. This news comes after the revelations in the FBI’s 1023 whistleblower document showing that President Trump was absolutely correct in the underlying assumptions of his phone call to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Trump asked Zelensky to look into the fact that Joe Biden had gotten a prosecutor fired on behalf of Burisma, the natural gas company where Biden’s crackhead son was being paid $80,000 a month for a no-show job. The FBI whistleblower report proves that Joe and Hunter Biden took a $10 million bribe for getting that prosecutor fired—which Joe even bragged about on camera in front of the Council on Foreign Relations.

It is complete and utter nonsense that Donald Trump got impeached for asking about Joe Biden taking a bribe from a foreign company. He absolutely deserves to have that impeachment scrubbed from the record.

The same goes for the January 6 impeachment, in which it was claimed that he incited an “insurrection.” Everyone knows that President Trump called for a peaceful protest of the stolen 2020 election that day. There was no “insurrection,” and no one was trying to “overturn the election.”

The people wanted an accounting of the election to be carried out by Mike Pence sending the dueling slates of electors home to the swing states until a congressional panel could investigate allegations of fraud. Mike Pence was too much of a backstabbing little coward to do that. Aside from that, almost all of the vandalism and violence perpetrated against the cops was carried out by the feds—not the mostly peaceful protesters who wandered into the Capitol.

The nice thing about expunging Trump’s impeachments, other than the fact that it’s the right thing to do, is that there’s nothing the Senate or Joe Biden can do to stop the House from doing so. Impeachment is solely a House action.