The parade of Republicans who have stabbed President Trump in the back continues to grow with longtime swamp dwellers anxious to get the outsider who was universally despised by the D.C. elite out of town.
Some want Trump gone as quickly as possible and aren’t content to just wait until next Wednesday when the inauguration will finalize the installation of the globalist puppet Joe Biden into the White House.
One GOP senator who is trying to shove Trump out the door is Pennsylvania’s Pat Toomey, a man whose state was integral in the fraud that allowed Democrat to retake the White House and the entire government.
Toomey appeared on NBC’s “Meet The Press” this morning to chat with the loathsome Chuck Todd, a partisan hack who has irredeemably tarnished the brand of the network’s flagship “news” program where he suggested that Trump had gone insane and urged him to resign “as soon as possible”
GOP Sen. Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) said on two Sunday shows that he agrees with calls for the president to leave office immediately, rather than remaining in the White House until his term expires next week.
Speaking on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Toomey said that he agreed with his colleague, Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), who called for the president to resign immediately.
“I think the best way for our country, Chuck, is for the president to resign and go away as soon as possible,” the senator said.
“It does not look as though there is the will or the consensus to exercise the 25th amendment option. And I don’t think there’s time to do an impeachment. There’s ten days left before the president leaves anyway. I think the best thing would be a resignation.” he continued.
Questioned further about the president’s future on CNN, the GOP swing-state senator, who himself is retiring at the end of 2021, said that he didn’t believe after Wednesday’s riot at the U.S. Capitol that the president would ever find a sizable constituency of voters to propel him to office again.
Toomey also appeared on CNN’s “State Of The Union” with Jake Tapper where he also called for Trump’s resignation.
Senator Toomey on Saturday suggested that President Trump could be held criminally liable for the brief occupation of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday when lawmakers cowered in fear from unarmed protesters who seemed to be more interested in taking selfies than serous insurrection.
On Saturday, Toomey said that he thinks Trump has “committed impeachable offenses,” but that he is not certain attempting to remove the President days before he leaves office is the right action to take. He doubled down on that point Sunday but also said it’s possible Trump could face consequences for inciting the riot.
“I think there is also a possibility that there is criminal liability here. I’m not a lawyer. I’m not a prosecutor,” he told Tapper. “So … you know, the standard for a conviction in a criminal prosecution is quite high.”
The rush to get rid of Trump immediately could be interpreted by some as an effort to minimize the chance that election fraud will emerge despite Congress and the media’s determination to sweep all of the irregularities and ballot harvesting under the rug.
If the election was truly on the up and up, then why the big hurry? In Toomey’s case, it could be the chicanery that went down in his own state.
President Trump who has been banned from all social media platforms has not made any comment on the demands from Toomey and his ilk and it is highly unlikely that he’s going to just quit.