Not only do they hate Trump—and obsessively seek to impeach him—they are spreading their hatred and impeachment plans on to the rest of the world

Tag Team Creators of Trump’s Physical ‘Defects’ Now Trying to Back Away from Them


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University of Utah professor Christopher L. Peterson, was the first to call for the impeachment of Donald Trump—before he was even elected.

And we all know that the Big Women’s March staged the day after Trump’s inauguration had to have been in the works for a very long time.

Impossible to organize millions to take to the streets worldwide, overnight.  The number of marchers wearing the march’s symbolic pink p***y caps told the tale of long-time planning and organization.

That the ‘Impeach Trump’ chant far surpassed Hillary Clinton detractors’  ‘Lock Her Up’ ones is further proof of the Democrat’s obsession with impeaching Trump as their main means of delegitimizing his presidency.

‘Impeach Trump’ became a progressive obsession

The wall of protection against the possible impeachment of Hillary Clinton was never there for Donald J. Trump.

Starting—and possibly ending—with outgoing former President Barack Hussein Obama.

During the 2016 election campaign, Obama showed no qualms about openly mocking Republicans who were calling for Clinton’s impeachment.

“She hasn’t even been elected yet!” was his mocking retort.

‘Impeach Trump’ became a progressive obsession around 3 a.m., Nov. 9, 2017 when there could no longer be any doubt that Hillary Clinton had lost the election.

Believing in their own polls and newspaper headlines that showed a Clinton victory as inevitable; convinced that their myriad election frauds would guarantee Obama a 3rd term through Clinton’s win, the progressives were now up against it.

Was it protocol that allowed the Obamas to appear as fair-play good sports in their flying off to Palm Springs, California?

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