Rep. Al Green (D-Tex.) think of, to force on the house floor Wednesday, a vote on the trump card of the prosecution.
A Texas Democrat, said Tuesday that he intends to make a resolution to bring Wednesday to demand a vote on President Donald Trump’s accusation.
In a memo to fellow lawmakers, U.S. Rep. Al Green outlined his plan, the house rules say must be put to the vote, within two days, reported the Washington Post.
“Friends, whether we like it or not, we now have to explain to a bigot in the White house, stir up hatred and hostility” of the Greens, wrote on Tuesday that in his proposal. “The question is not whether we have a bigot as a President. The question is: What are we going to do about it?”
Green has discussed his intention to accuse Trump since last spring. In October, Green impeachment articles filed, that almost forced a vote to house Democratic leaders persuaded him to give up the efforts.
Now Green is the redesign of the proposal. In a memo Tuesday, the Green shared information about the impeachment process, the history of law enforcement efforts and the nature of his proteges.
However, Green noted that his efforts were bipartisan:
“Like I said, it comes to Democrats, this is what is democracy. It is not about Republicans, it is the fate of our Republic. Can know each time you vote your conscience, that history will judge us.”
Green memo is not claimed that the “obstruction of justice” or a reference to the ongoing investigations in the 2016 presidential campaign, the connection with Russia.
Instead, it will be highlighted in Green Trump to criminal offences, the Association with “White nationalism, Neo-Nazism and hatred” and “incitement to hatred and hostility”, as that worthy of the charge.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has insisted that any prosecution should make an effort, put on ice, until there is evidence to suggest that an impeachable offense.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.