Head idiot Democrat Rep. Luis Gutiérrez (D-Ill.) is organizing fellow idiots to introduce new articles of impeachment against President Trump, before Thanksgiving.
“It is clear to us that he is unfit to be president of the United States of America,” Gutiérrez said Wednesday.
Gutiérrez, who passionately hates Trump, refused to specify on what grounds the new articles of impeachment will cite. To make his claim sound legitimate he revealed his group of morons were working with ‘constitutional scholars to solidify their case.’
“I assure you we will not leave you lacking for reason,” he said.
Via The Hill: It’s also unclear which Democrats will join Gutiérrez in the effort, though an aide named Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.) as one such lawmaker. Cohen in August announced his intent to introduce impeachment articles, citing Trump’s defense of the white nationalists who participated in deadly protest marches in Charlottesville, Va., that month.
Cohen’s office declined to comment Wednesday.
Democratic leaders have sought throughout the year to discourage impeachment efforts against Trump, fearing it could politicize the ongoing investigations into Russian hacking of the 2016 election and potential collusion between Moscow and the Trump campaign. Behind House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), top Democrats are awaiting the outcome of those probes, particularly the one being conducted by Robert Mueller, the special prosecutor appointed by the Justice Department in May.
This isn’t the first group of liberal morons to join in on the fight. Reps. Brad Sherman (Calif.) and Al Green (Texas) tried earlier this year to impeach the president.
“I’m in no rush to be first, but I will say this: We have to — we have to bring it to the floor,” Green said.
Green acknowledged that some Democrats might be agitated by the aggressive impeachment push while the Mueller investigation continues. But he’s growing impatient, warning that “history won’t be kind” to those lawmakers who sit idle amid the swirl of controversies surrounding Trump.
“I can’t let my record show this,” Green said. “The people who will probably judge us, probably haven’t been born.”
Gutiérrez seems to agree, and he’s glad to have a growing coalition to help him make the case.
“I appreciate what single members have done,” Gutiérrez said. “I think it’s time to do a group.”