January 11, 2016
Governor BRO of Maine last week defended the virtue of White girls of his state who are getting preggo by apelike monkeys who come to the state to sell heroin to kids.
He was then compelled to cuck-out and apologize for hurting the feelings of out-of-state heroin dealers.
This week, they are plotting to impeach him. They are claiming it has something to do with charter schools, but the media is mentioning his allegedly racist statements in every article about the impeachment, and it is very clear that his enemies are using the energy from the anti-racist attacks on his person to push for this assault.
The furor over Gov. Paul LePage’s comment about “young white” girls being impregnated by out-of-state drug dealers is last week’s news. This week could bring an impeachment order calling for an investigation into the Republican’s alleged abuse of power.
A group of lawmakers led by Rep. Ben Chipman, a Portland Democrat, submitted the order, and Chipman said it’s due to be debated on the House floor on Thursday. But House Democrats are divided, and the situation remains fluid.
“Anything can happen between now and then,” said Rep. Sara Gideon, assistant Democratic leader.
Some lawmakers insist the Legislature must take some sort of action, whether it’s censure or impeachment, to punish LePage for using his influence to pressure a charter school operator into rescinding a job offer to House Speaker Mark Eves, a Democrat.
Chipman said he has eight co-sponsors for his proposal to create a special committee to investigate that incident and seven others in which the governor allegedly overstepped his authority. The panel would issue its recommendations to lawmakers by April 1.
Chipman said he thinks the investigation will show a pattern of abuse of power, misuse of public assets, official oppression and other violations.
“We’re absolutely convinced that holding Gov. LePage accountable puts us the right side of history. We’re very comfortable with that,” said Rep. Jeffrey Evangelos, an independent from Friendship, who’s one of the co-sponsors of the impeachment order.
A spokeswoman for the governor declined to comment, calling the claims “frivolous.”
Impeachment would be unprecedented in Maine. A simple majority vote in the Democratic-controlled House would be needed to send it to the Republican-controlled Senate.
Last week, House Democrats delayed any action, saying they wanted to get the legislative session off on a positive note.
But the week ended on a sour note when LePage had to apologize for a racially tinged remark in which he said white girls were being impregnated by out-of-state drug dealers. LePage blamed the media of making too much of a slip of the tongue.
Another Republican senator, Thomas Saviello of Wilton, said he doesn’t like the governor’s abrasive approach but considers impeachment “an exercise in futility.”
“The governor has to decide what his legacy is going to be,” he said. “Every day he adds to that legacy, but I just don’t see anything that’s impeachable.”
These cucks just don’t get it.
We have entered a new age. PC policing is over.
This is the Age of The Donald, and we can say whatever we want about anyone.