Elizabeth Warren Puts on Tin Foil Hat, Invokes 25th Amendment Against Trump
Go get your tinfoil hats. We're talking about invoking the 25th Amendment because Donald Trump is too crazy to be president.
Cory Booker took up much space in the bats*** crazy wing of the Democrat Party this week (see Egg Meet Face: Cory Booker's "Releasing of Classified Documents" a Giant Ruse and Three Times the Media Challenged Cory Booker's Grandstanding). Other 2020 candidates couldn't let that go unchallenged. So Elizabeth Warren squeezed into her crazy pants. And paid homage to the left's favorite fantasy in removing Donald Trump from office.
If senior administration officials think the president of the United States is not able to do his job, then they should invoke the 25th Amendment. The Constitution provides for a procedure whenever the vice president and senior officials think the president can't do his job. It does not provide that senior officials go around the president — take documents off his desk, write anonymous op-eds.
Every one of these officials have sworn to uphold the Constitution of the United States. It's time for them to do their job.
She's referring to that anonymous New York Times OpEd. Where a "senior White House official" told the Times everything the editorial board already believed anyway. No one knows who wrote it. But we have some ideas.
But hey, if Democrats want to go down this rabbit hole before the midterm elections, I think it would be a brilliant decision for them. Well worth the resources. Just to make sure the plan works, we're also advising while invoking the 25th Amendment, they try to erase the Second Amendment. Go all in. I can hear the chants already.
"Hey, ho, hey, ho, Donald Trump has got to go!
Hey, ho, hey, ho, the Second Amendment also blows!
Hey, ho, hey, ho, Donald Trump is our greatest foe!
Hey, ho, hey, ho, Ar-15s are just mean!"
Because sometimes rhyming with "ho" is hard. Anyway, I see Warren's attempt to knock out Trump with the 25th Amendment as successful as the left's attempt to blast out the Second Amendment. Best of luck, Squaw Warren!