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Dozens attend anti-impeachment protest at Kim office

“What the Dems are tearing down is our country” says Trump re-election adviser, Steve Rogers

By Nikita Biryukov, October 10 2019 6:10 pm

Dozens of protesters demonstrated against impeachment in front of Rep. Andy Kim’s district office Thursday.

“With this impeachment witch hunt, Reps. Kim, Sherrill, Gottheimer and Malinowski are putting politics before facts and they have no credibility,” Nutley Commissioner Steve Rogers, an adviser for President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign, said. “They reneged on their promises, and they are working against America and against New Jersey by siding with the far-left socialist agenda.”

House Democrats have launched an impeachment inquiry against Trump over a phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Trump asked Zelensky to investigate the son of former Vice President Joe Biden, a leading Democratic presidential candidate.

Most of New Jersey’s House members have backed an impeachment inquiry over the incident, which they fear was an improper use of the president’s authority for personal gain.

Rogers doesn’t share their concerns.

“It’s been clear from the start that the Democrats’ efforts are solely based on tearing down President Trump — not about finding the facts,” Rogers said. “What the Dems are tearing down is our country, not Trump.”

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3 thoughts on “Dozens attend anti-impeachment protest at Kim office

  1. Except of course what has occured actually is impeachable and 4 NSC staffers went to John Eisenbrrg to report the incident where a criminal referral was sent to Barr.
    Giuliani associates arrested with 1 way tickets.
    McCarthy returns money.
    Giuliani was scheduled to fly to Vienna tomorrow.
    Rick Perry subpoenaed.
    Pence cant answer yes or no 5 times.

  2. In front of which of Congressman Kim’s offices did the protest take place? Usually a news story contains the “where” as well as the “who, when, what.” Journalism 101.

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