The Only President Impeached Twice | The Weekly Dumpster Fire

By Christian Mabry | 1/15/2021, 12:00 PM CST

After four years, Donald Trump’s reign is finally coming to an end, and it would be unlike him to leave office in any fashion other than the one he entered in: total disgrace.

Most of us remember his first impeachment, especially considering the fact that it was barely over a year ago, where he was charged with both Abuse of Power and Obstruction of Congress.

This time around, however, his offense was much more serious. He was charged with Incitement of Insurrection after blatantly encouraging his cult to storm the Capitol Building in an attempt to overturn Biden’s election victory.

Don’t forget about everyone else

Although many lay the blame solely at the feet of the future-former president, his GOP colleagues are also worthy of rebuke. They know it, which is why they’re bowing out at the last second and hoping you forget what they’ve done.

Lindsey Graham joined the ranks of other Republican Party posterchildren, including Mitch McConnell himself, to denounce Trump’s actions.

Some of those who drank the Kool-Aid began taunting Senator Graham at the airport, demanding that he stand up against free and fair elections and overturn democracy itself in order to install an authoritarian dictatorship led by Donald once more.

Republican official quotes Hitler in 2021

Mary Miller, a newly-elected Representative of the Republican Party, began her term by quoting Adolf Hitler at an event. This travesty forced several officials to step forward and demand her resignation.

But wait, there’s more!

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos steps down at the last minute to save face
Trump gives a boring speech at the border to cement legacy of xenophobia
DHS Chief Chad Wolf steps down at the last minute to save face
Trump Administration declares Cuba “state sponsor of terrorism”

Watch the video above for an in-depth analysis of these topics.

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