When a reporter tried to ask Sarah Huckabee Sanders about impeaching Trump, the White House press secretary didn’t hold back.
From the moment Donald Trump was elected, Democrats have been doing everything they can to try and remove him from office. This week, people like Elizabeth Warren among others have been trying to use the 25th amendment to have Trump kicked out of the presidency.
For those who don’t know, the 25th amendment states that the vice president would assume the “Powers and Duties” of the presidency, in the event the president dies, resigns, or is unable to fulfill the role.
“If senior administration officials thing the President of the United States is not able to do his job, then they should invoke the 25th amendment,” Warren said to the always factual CNN. “The Constitution provides for a procedure whenever the Vice President and senior officials think the president can’t do his job.”
Since then, the media has jumped onto the possibility of the amendment being used to take down Trump, going so far as to ask the White House press secretary about it.
“What does the president make of all this talk of the 25th amendment and some of what he hears on the media outlets regarding the word ‘crazy talk’?” one reporter asked. “It seems there’s a lot of talk about that on many of the mainstream media outlets.”
Sanders fired back, taking shots at Bob Woodward’s book “Fear” in the process.
“I think we would say it’s about as ridiculous a most of Bob Woodward’s book,” she said. “The fact that that’s being honestly discussed is ridiculous, and frankly, it’s insulting to the nearly 62 million people that came out and overwhelmingly supported this president, voted for him, supported his agenda, and are watching and cheering on as he successfully implements that agenda every single day.”
Since democrats know that they won’t be able to impeach Donald Trump, they are trying to go around the process entirely. If only there were an amendment for removing crazy people like Maxine Waters, or Elizabeth Warren from their positions. Unfortunately, thanks to their unintelligent constituents, we are stuck with them.