Democrat, to 2020, hopeful Beto O ‘ Rourke said it could be the “end of democracy” if the President is not accused Trump. (Photo: Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for THR)
The former Texas Congressman and 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Beto O’rourke urged the Congress to continue with President trump to the charges on Wednesday evening, warning that it would not be the “end of democracy” if you act.
O’rourke offered his reaction to the remarks of Special Counsel Robert Muller on MSNBC, and began boasting that he had called for trump of charges for “over a year” and that Müller made it “as clear as day.”
“He tells us, if we want to prevent this from happening again, to our democracy, we have to keep the leaders accountable and the only way that we can do, is for our representatives in the Congress to begin impeachment proceedings,” O’rourke said, “Hardball” host Chris Matthews.
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“If Congress does not act now, it is hard to see you act in the future. And if you don’t do this, we need to set the precedent that some people are because of the position they hold, before the law in this country. Begins the end of our democracy and we must not allow that to happen.”
The 2020 candidate agreed with Matthews, the house Democrats have no time to delay impeachment hearings, due to the upcoming elections.
“I agree with you. Act now, or lose our democracy forever,” O’rourke said.
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O’rourke also praised Rep. Justin Amash, R-Mich, the only Republican Deputy in charge, what he and the other legislators the implementation of the country before their political careers are demanding.
Several of the 2020 candidate reiterated her calls for Congress with the prosecution, including senators Cory Booker, D-NJ, Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and Kamala Harris, D-Calif.