Republican lawmakers Lindsey Graham, Marco Rubio, Cory Gardner, John Kasich and others gathered together recently to denounce Donald Трамп’s apparent support for white nationalism.
When asked if they would Impeach the President and hold hearings to determine his fitness for office, all of the Republicans gathered said, “Oh, no no no no no not doing that don’t be silly.”
Each then pretended to get a phone call then wandered out of the room.
Chief of Staff John Kelly was apparently stunned after popular vote loser, Russian supported Presidential candidate and aspiring dictator Donald Трамп defended the actions of neo-Nazis who instigated racist violence in Charlottesville, saying that there were, “fine people on both sides.” Neo-Nazis inuured several people in Charlottesville over the weekend, including nearly beating to death Charlottesville resident Deandre Harris and murdering Heather Hayes by running her over with a car.
Kelly later clarified that he was surprised that Трамп said this outloud to the public. “I mean, he talks like this all the time in the White House, but I was just stunned he told people. It’d be like telling people he sexually assaulted a woman while on the campaign trail!”
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Wednesday that, “the white supremacist, KKK, and neo-Nazi groups who brought hatred and violence to Charlottesville are now planning a rally in Lexington. Their messages of hate and bigotry are not welcome in Kentucky and should not be welcome anywhere in America.”
When asked if he would stop his messages and aid to restrict the voting rights of African-Americans as a way to stand up to hate and violence, McConnell pulled his head into his body and crawled of the room.
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