Seventeen state lawmakers sided with Vermont’s 112,704 Trump voters this week by rejecting a resolution that urges Congress and cabinet members to remove President Donald Trump from office.
Chairman of the Committee on Homeland Security Rep. Bennie Thompson on Thursday urged the TSA and the FBI to place certain members of the Capitol mob on the “No-Fly List.” In addition, President-elect Joe Biden is being urged to create a post overseeing ideologically driven extremism.
The general consensus from those who were close enough to observe, and from the research folks did on the trip back, is that the actual break in was perpetrated by members of ANTIFA who were donning pro-Trump attire to try to mix in.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer on Thursday called for President Donald Trump to “immediately” be removed from office, either through invoking the 25th Amendment or through impeachment.
A group of Vermonters on Wednesday witnessed the historic “Save America” rally and subsequent storming of the U.S. Capitol, as a rogue mob breached building security and forced Congress to shut down temporarily, delaying election certification until late in the evening.
Thousands of President Donald Trump supporters gathered in Washington, D.C. to hear him speak at a rally before some marched away and broke into the U.S. Capitol building Wednesday.
President Donald Trump said in a now-deleted tweet calling for peace that mob violence and rioting at the Capitol building Wednesday were the “things and events that happen” after an election is stolen. “Go home with love & in peace,” he wrote.
Vice President Pence has a constitutional and moral duty to reject electors from states with two slates of electors and unresolved fraud allegations or that followed unconstitutional election laws. Constitutionally he could also add the Trump electors in his count, like what Adams and Jefferson did.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt, joined other liberal voices over the weekend in criticizing President Donald Trump and millions of Trump voters who are questioning the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election.
This time for Vice President Michael Pence must be disquieting in ways and yet exciting beyond imagination. He alone is in the position to make the greatest decision that arguably has been made by any modern leader ever.
I don’t wish to disturb Southwestern Vermont Medical Center’s plans to acquire the former Southern Vermont College, but wouldn’t it be much better as President Donald Trump’s Presidential Library?
As the days tick on, more liberals are starting to realize that even if Joe Biden wins, upending all that Trump did will be a much harder climb than many people thought. The roots of this administration’s policy run deep, and pulling them up will be a long, difficult slog — if the Democrat can manage it at all.