Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Republican 'clowns' in Congress are bent on Impeaching the wrong Administration 'Clown.'

Accused of making “false statements” 
under oath 
and failing to comply with a subpoena for evidence.



     According to Fox News, House Republicans on Tuesday introduced a resolution to impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, accusing him of making "false statements" under oath and failing to comply with a subpoena for evidence.

     House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, and 18 other committee members introduced the resolution to begin impeachment proceedings. In doing so, they followed through on a threat first made over the summer, when Republicans accused the IRS leader of making inaccurate statements to Congress regarding the Tea Party targeting scandal and its aftermath.  Keep reading here:

     In the unlikely event, this lackey is actually impeached by 'Republicans' in the United States House of Representatives, you can expect to see absolutely NO DEMOCRAT CULT member vote for what is right, and just.  THEY ARE NO LONGER AMERICANS....they truly are A CULT, BY DEFINITION--'a group or sect bound together by veneration of the same thing, person, ideal, etc.'

     Regardless of an issue, right or wrong, if you are a member of the DEMOCRAT CULT, you will sell out your own country, in order to show allegiance to this despicable band of rogues and gangsters destroying America.

     And now, when you have an opportunity to exonerate yourselves as individuals, and a serious political party, following eight years of misguided leadership .....instead of promoting someone who has the best interests of this country, and its children's future as a priority in the 2016 Presidential election, you, and your CULT are blindly laying the ground-work for this TWISTED SISTER.  Maybe some day, your children will forgive you!

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