Donald Trump’s Impeachment just became Bipartisan. Justin Amash is the first from the Republican side to stand up for his country and the Constitutional Republic, as opposed to his former party’s transformation into a shameless Cult of Personality. A political party complicit in Doanld Trump’s abuses of power.
BY MARTY JOHNSON
Rep. Justin Amash (I-Mich.) said Friday that he would vote for the articles of impeachment when House Democrats bring them to the House for a vote.
Amash, who left the Republican party this summer, said on his way to the House floor that he believes that there is “sufficient evidence” against President Trump for obstruction of Congress, obstruction of justice and abuse of power, though he said he would have to see how each of the articles were written before he would vote yes, CNN reports.
“Impeachment is like an indictment. We’re just issuing the charges,” he continued. “The trial happens in the Senate. There’s certainly probable cause to issue charges.”
No Republican is expected to vote in favor of the articles.
Justin Amash was to only Republican who put country before party. The only Republican to take his oath of office to defend the Constitution seriously. So seriously it prompted him to leave his complicit party.