Reports: Trump’s Cabinet Considering Removing Him From Office, Multiples Aides Resign
Traitors. They try to pull a stunt like this and they’ll have the whole of humanity descend on the mall.
Trump’s Cabinet Considering Removing Him From Office, Multiples Aides Resign, Reports Say
By Ryan Saavedra, Daily Wire, Jan 6, 2021:
Multiple reports surfaced late on Wednesday evening stating that members of President Donald Trump’s cabinet have reportedly started discussing the possibility of using the 25th Amendment to remove the president from office following the violence that broke out today in Washington, D.C., after a rally that the president held ahead of the Electoral College certification.
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Both CBS News and ABC News reported that the cabinet secretaries had started talking about the idea, although no plan had yet been formally presented to Vice President Mike Pence.
— Jonathan Karl (@jonkarl) January 7, 2021
JUST IN: “This is not news we deliver lightly,” @margbrennan says as she reports: Trump Cabinet secretaries are discussing invoking the 25th Amendment to remove President Trump. Nothing formal yet presented to VP Pence.
“I’m talking about actual members of the Cabinet,” she says
— Ed O'Keefe (@edokeefe) January 7, 2021
The House Judiciary Committee, controlled by the Democrat Party, called on Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office.
“President Trump remained silence even as insurrections broke windows, threatened U.S. Capitol Police, and scaled the walls of the Capitol,” the letter said. “Earlier in the morning, President Trump held a rally at the White House and told protesters ‘I’ll be with you’ and encouraged them to march to the Capitol to protest the certification of the electoral college votes.”
The news comes after violence broke out at the nation’s capital following a rally that the president held ahead of the Electoral College certification. Large crowds stormed the Capitol Building, broke out windows, attacked law enforcement officers, and forced members of Congress to evacuate or shelter in place. At one point, armed guards had to barricade people in a room and had to draw their weapons to prevent the rioters from entering.
A young woman was shot, reportedly by law enforcement, after she appeared to try to enter a closed off area. News reports later stated that she had died from her injuries.
Multiple members of the administration resigned today following the violence, including “White House social secretary Rickie Niceta, top FLOTUS aide Stephanie Grisham and Sarah Matthews, a deputy in the press office,” according to reporter Nancy Cook.
At least three WH aides resigned today including White House social secretary Rickie Niceta, top FLOTUS aide Stephanie Grisham and Sarah Matthews, a deputy in the press office.
Many more resignations potentially to come, as aides and R’s try to distance themselves from today.
— Nancy Cook (@nancook) January 7, 2021
Part of the concern regarding the violence was the way that Trump allegedly responded to it. “Trump initially rebuffed and resisted requests to mobilize the National Guard, according to a person with knowledge of the vents,” The New York Times reported. “It required intervention from White House officials to get it done, according to the person with knowledge of the events.”
Article posted with permission from Pamela Geller