For the First Time in 100 Years, House Passes Resolution Condemning a Sitting President

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
July 17, 2019

In the history of our country, only two sitting presidents have been officially condemned in a resolution by Congress.

William Howard Taft was condemned by Congress for attempting to meddle in a disputed Senate election.

Over 100 years later, Congress did this for a second time, condemning Donald Trump for making racist tweets.

Our country has become such an absolute joke at this point that it is difficult to imagine a situation in which it does not collapse in the near future. I just don’t know how something that is both this ridiculous and this malicious can maintain itself indefinitely.

New York Times:

The House voted on Tuesday to condemn as racist President Trump’s attacks against four congresswomen of color, but only after the debate over the president’s language devolved into a bitterly partisan brawl that showcased deep rifts over race, ethnicity and political ideology in the age of Trump.

The measure, the first House rebuke of a president in more than 100 years, passed nearly along party lines, 240 to 187, after one of the most polarizing exchanges on the floor in recent times. Only four Republicans and the House’s lone independent, Representative Justin Amash of Michigan, voted with all Democrats to condemn the president.

“I know racism when I see it, I know racism when I feel it, and at the highest level of government, there’s no room for racism,” said Representative John Lewis, Democrat of Georgia, an icon of the civil rights movement.

Some Republicans were just as adamant in their defense of Mr. Trump: “What has really happened here is that the president and his supporters have been forced to endure months of allegations of racism,” said Representative Dan Meuser, Republican of Pennsylvania. “This ridiculous slander does a disservice to our nation.”

Republicans ground the proceedings to a halt shortly before the House was to vote on the nonbinding resolution, which calls Mr. Trump’s tweets and verbal volleys “racist comments that have legitimized increased fear and hatred of new Americans and people of color.” It was the Democrats’ response to Mr. Trump’s attacks on Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York, Ilhan Omar of Minnesota, Ayanna S. Pressley of Massachusetts and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, who he said should “go back” to their countries, an insult that he has continued to employ in the days since.

“There’s no excuse for any response to those words but a swift and strong, unified condemnation,” Speaker Nancy Pelosi said as the House debated the resolution. “Every single member of this institution, Democratic and Republican, should join us in condemning the president’s racist tweets.”

As Republicans rose to protest, Ms. Pelosi turned toward them on the House floor and picked up her speech, her voice rising as she added, “To do anything less would be a shocking rejection of our values and a shameful abdication of our oath of office to protect the American people.”

Representative Doug Collins of Georgia, the top Republican on the Judiciary Committee, made a formal objection to the remarks, charging that they had violated the rules of decorum, which call for lawmakers to avoid impugning the motives of their colleagues or the president. It was a stunning turn in a debate about Mr. Trump’s own incendiary language.

Yeah, the debate about whether or not these “people” should be in our country is over, so now it’s time for a debate about whether people should be able to say they shouldn’t be in our country.

You see how that works?

The obvious debate arising from someone saying “these people should leave our country” would be a debate about whether or not these people should leave our country. Which is clearly a fair question. The issue of multiculturalism is far from settled. But they’ve declared it settled, and so they’ve moved on to a debate about whether or not you can disagree about it being settled.

And they’ve decided that no, you cannot. You have to accept these people in your home. If you don’t like it, you can… kill yourself, I guess.

Which is an option that more and more white men are choosing every year, as we continue our plunge into this hell we’ve been forced into without ever being consulted by anyone.

Trump may never pass a single policy of mention. I think probably he will not.

But at least he is sticking up for white people.

He’s refused to back down, and tweeted more today, quoting a Louisiana Senator, John Kennedy, calling them “the four horsewomen of the apocalypse.”

There is certainly something apocalyptic about this.

We all just keep using these Revelations references. Because all of our minds are on that particular book.

These women look like sorceresses from Stygia.

Look at this picture of Omar.

Is there not something weirdly non-mammalian about her gait?

Just the way she raises those claws as she talks…

I mean, I love that she hates the Jews, but she has a very terrifying visage.

It is very good that Trump has completely abandoned the idea of talking about these people as “socialists” and returned to addressing it as a racial issue.

Even if he only did that for the purpose of thwarting the Democratic Party.

Lindsey Graham was doing damage control for cuckoldry earlier this week, and attempted to force it back into the area of “ideology.”

But that isn’t going to take.

The 2020 election is going to be about race, just like the 2016 election.

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