• July 23, 2024

Every Republican Who Voted To Impeach Trump In The Hot Seat

A politician inherently dedicates their standing in government to a particular party and support those who support similar views. They have each others backs in large scale politics, as members of both parties look to attack and gain ground on one another.

In the case of Donald Trump, representatives of the Republican Party, many of which road their success on the backing of Trump, sold him out in an instant over impeachment voting.

These Republicans who voted against Trump, did so with the intention of bettering their own positions and political goals. What they did not see was Trump’s perseverance to avenge what attacks and lack of support these people had for him.

All of these Republicans now face primary challengers, backed by the support of Donald Trump.

More via bongino.com

“Instead of attacking me and, more importantly, the voters of our movement, top establishment Republicans in Washington should be spending their energy in opposing Biden, Pelosi, Schumer and the Democrats,” Trump said in his February CPAC speech.

“Get rid of them all,” he said of the Republicans who voted to impeach him.
”Trump’s vow has already resulted in several primary challenges, including a high-profile challenge to Rep. Liz Cheney. While Cheney already lost her seat in leadership over her anti-Trump positions, the upcoming election could pose an even greater threat to the Wyoming Republican”
“Meijer, who was newly elected in 2020, replaced former Rep. Justin Amash in Michigan’s 3rd Congressional District. Amash, a libertarian leaning Republican and former Tea Party favorite who took office in 2011, was the focus of a primary battle himself after supporting the first impeachment effort against Trump.”
It appears a good lesson for these Republicans can be learned in all of this. Donald Trump was your reason for success in office and it would have been best to stay loyal. Now they must fight for their jobs.
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