Hilarious Berkeley Joins Other Bay Area Cities Calling For Trump’s Impeachment

While the resistance to President Donald Trump has largely been private citizens across the Bay Area and country, municipalities are jumping into the fray.

Berkeley City Councilmember Kate Harrison co-sponsored the resolution.

“I think it’s going to send a powerful message. I think we have no choice but to do this,” Harrison said.

The home of the Free Speech Movement wasn’t the first city in the Bay Area to pass a resolution calling for the impeachment of Mr. Trump. The cities of Richmond and Alameda got there first.

“We want to make sure we are on the right side of history,” said Alameda Vice Mayor Malia Vella. “Everything we do should be concerned about upholding civil rights, we should be concerned about upholding the Constitution.”

All three cities are sending their resolutions calling for investigations and impeachment to Rep. Barbara Lee (D-Oakland).

Howard Epstein from the San Francisco Republican Party calls the resolutions crazy.

“Since the election of President Trump, they’ve been acting like three year olds throwing temper tantrums,” Epstein said.

Back in Berkeley, Harrison said the calls for impeachment over Russia, foreign money and attacks on the press, are American values.

“This is not a matter of policy disagreement with taxes, how we approach healthcare, etcetera. This is about the very essence of our constitution,” Harrison said.

2 thoughts on “Hilarious Berkeley Joins Other Bay Area Cities Calling For Trump’s Impeachment

  • March 30, 2017 at 8:44 pm
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    Impeach Trump? YOu GD babies. If you don’t like it here move to another country. Then you should really move to another country. We don’t need your un-American cries. Will help fund such move.

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  • March 30, 2017 at 11:07 pm
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    Berkeley always was a nest of snakes if you look up what happened in Berkeley during the Vietnam war in SE Asia the nut cases spent most of their time marching and attacking returning service members from Vietnam. The draft was in effect at that time so none of the soldiers could say no to being dragged into a war nobody wanted. Very much like the war that Bush started that his father told him to not do but Bush did it anyway!

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