Thursday will be one of the most harrowing days in our nation’s modern history, as the House of Representatives will almost certainly vote in favor of moving forward with the impeachment of Donald Trump.
This stew has been simmering for some time, as Democrats and Republicans continue to draw imaginary lines in the sand regarding what is or isn’t appropriate in these unprecedented times. The two sides of the argument could not be further from one another, with the false dichotomy of partisan politics clouding the judgement of a great many politicos who orbit our nation’s capital.
As if there was any doubt as to where George Conway, husband of longtime Trump aide Kellyanne Conway, stands on the matter, the outspoken presidential critic made it crystal clear.
George Conway, attorney and husband of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, launched into another tirade against President Trump on Tuesday, urging public officials and others to “just stop” defending the president and saying he “belongs” in prison.
“To the members of Congress, public officials, and talking heads still defending @realDonaldTrump: Just stop,” he tweeted. “Especially the lying. He has no defense. Don’t go down with him in history in disgrace. The sooner we get this over with and he’s gone, the better off everyone will be.”
Conway then decided that the President himself could soon be jailed, in response to the President’s reception at the World Series earlier this week.
“No — it’s the fact that he’s a criminal and the fact that this chant that came from his rallies couldn’t be more fitting to apply to him,” he tweeted regarding the impetus for the chant.
At that game, baseball fans reacted to Trump’s attendance by chanting “lock him up” – a play on the “lock her up” chant made famous by the President’s supporters in regard to Hillary Clinton.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.
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