They’re just throwing all of this stuff out there to prepare for what they’re going to do to Donald Trump when he is out of office.
They’ve called on Mike Pence to remove him.
The U.S. House of Representatives approved a non-binding resolution on Tuesday that calls on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to the Constitution to remove President Trump from office.
Citing Trump’s role in inciting “a massive violent invasion of the United States Capitol” on Jan. 6, the day the president had summoned his supporters to Washington to protest the certification of the Electoral College vote formalizing President-elect Joe Biden’s victory, the resolution, introduced by Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., passed by a largely party line vote of 223-205. One Republican, Rep. Adam Kinzinger, was the only lawmaker to break ranks.
The resolution asked Pence “to immediately use his powers under Section 4 of the 25th Amendment to convene and mobilize the principal officers of the executive departments in the Cabinet to declare what is obvious to a horrified Nation: That the President is unable to successfully discharge the duties and powers of his office.”
They’re also preparing a second impeachment.
The House is poised to make Donald Trump the first President in United States history to be impeached for a second time on Wednesday with a swift and bipartisan vote to condemn Trump’s role inciting the riots at the US Capitol.
House Democrats and at least a handful of Republicans — including the House’s No. 3 Republican — will vote in favor of the impeachment of Trump just one week after a deadly mob overran Capitol Police, ransacked the US Capitol and put the lives of Vice President Mike Pence and lawmakers in danger.
The speed of the vote and the Republican support underscores the fury that lawmakers feel about Trump’s role inciting the rioters who overtook the Capitol with months of false rhetoric about the election being stolen from him. The impeachment resolution the House will vote on Wednesday charges Trump with a single article, “incitement of insurrection.”
The number of Republicans who will ultimately vote for impeachment remains unclear. So far, five Republicans have said they will vote to impeach Trump. While House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and Minority Whip Steve Scalise are opposed to impeachment — arguing that it’s a divisive response — the No. 3 House republican Liz Cheney of Wyoming announced Tuesday she would vote in favor, issuing a scathing statement that charged there had “never been a greater betrayal by a President of the United States of his office and his oath to the Constitution.”
Presumably, the impeachment will pass the House.
I don’t even think there is time for it to go to trial at the Senate. But they’ll have their historical precedent of “twice impeached,” and they will have their solidified narrative that Donald Trump is literally the worst man who ever lived, and he deserves whatever possible punishment that any group of lunatic Jews is capable of cooking up for him.
That punishment comes later.
He’s got two potential places to go when he leaves office:
There is still some kind of sense here that he doesn’t understand the gravity of the situation, somehow, after all this time.
I don’t know.
He’s getting close to 75, and his brain might just be slipping. Before the Capitol Storm, he probably could have figured out some way to not go to prison. I think that they would have liked to have used him as an excuse to keep people believing in the so-called “democratic process.” If he would have declared a run for 2024, that would have kept the entire MAGA crowd in check. You’d have Q out there saying that he had to lose the election so that the Democrats could take over and he could remain in the shadows mapping out their pedophile tunnels.
But there is just no possible way he’s getting away after this. This is the entire planet coming down on him, because he dared to question this relationship that we have between the peasants and the elites. If you listen to his speech, he did incite that riot, and it is just really what the media is saying, in so many words: this was the people of America rising up against the system of democracy that has oppressed them for generations.
Democracy has taken everything from us. It has taken our freedoms, it has taken our families, it has taken our communities, it has taken our history and it has taken even our most basic dignity.
We have sacrificed every aspect of our identity on this satanic altar, and its mouth is open, crying “more.”
Obviously, an angry mob storming the Capitol is a clear and present threat to democracy. Whether it is a very serious threat, I don’t know. No one really knows. But it does represent the biggest threat to this system since it was brought into America at the turn of the century.
Somehow, sacred democracy became “Our Values,” even though it has nothing to do with the founding of the country, or the Constitution, or any related people or documents. Karl Marx published Das Kapital in 1867, and democracy began to be foisted upon America around the turn of the 20th century.
Over this period, it has drained everything. It has created a situation of massive spiritual and physical poverty.
The core concept of democracy is that the peasants are morally true and good, and metaphysically superior to people who are more intelligent and more capable than them. What you saw at the Capitol was such a threat to this system, because it was the true peasants, the classic peasants, rising up and saying that they want to be ruled by a decadent rich man who defends them – not some system of mass voting ostensibly designed to implement “fairness.”
In another universe, the Capitol Storm could have ended with the establishment of Donald Trump as King. If there would have been an organized movement, with some direction, and Trump himself had had some kind of a plan, the entirety of the democracy system could have been abolished, by the will of the people, and replaced with a new aristocratic system.
Everything about Marxism, or “democracy” as it is commonly called, is about destroying any kind of natural aristocracy. That is why they tell you it is good to be led by creatures that look like this:
Obviously, just in a strict scientific sense, that is an image of one of the lowest forms of life on the planet that is capable of passing as a human being.
They bring these creatures up to the top, and they bury the capable in piles of shiny trinkets, pornography, fentanyl and nihilism.
It isn’t really about “the people” ruling, it is about the fact that Jews are very good at manipulating mobs of the lowest common denominator, if they are capable of removing their leaders. Democracy has always been about removing the natural aristocracy, throwing the peasants into a void where they are easily manipulated.
Donald Trump, as a true figure of leadership and power, was thus a “threat to democracy,” and the Capitol Storm was the penultimate event of that threat.
It’s important to untangle all of this, and understand what they are actually talking about, and what they are actually doing. “Democracy” doesn’t mean “voting.” It means “peasant mob rule.” If the peasants vote for order, then it isn’t democracy, and the democratic thing to do is to steal their votes.
Everything that the media is saying about Donald Trump and the Capitol Storm and the need to protect democracy is true. They just aren’t explaining what they mean.
Their biggest fear is true leadership emerging and guiding the peasantry. Donald Trump is an extremely flawed figure, but he was a leader. He was a massive, powerful man who was willing to take charge, even if he didn’t have any idea what he was doing. He is the opposite of a democratic figure.
On the other end, Joe Biden, as a vegetable who doesn’t even understand where he is or what is going on, is the perfect democratic figurehead. He is not a leader, and has no desire to lead, let alone an ability to lead. He’s just confusion itself taking physical shape.
Marxism, or democracy, or whatever you want to call it, was always about what you are seeing right now: the peasants mindlessly marching themselves off a cliff into oblivion while the Jews sit back and rub their hands.
The only thing that can change this course of events is real leadership, which can redirect the confused mob somewhere better.
Trump is either going to prison or to Russia, so he’s out of the picture. What happens next is going to be determined by whether the people with the ability to lead stand up and do so.