December 8, 2022 7:50 AM

MISERY LOOMS OVER JERRY NADLER AS PETITION TO REMOVE HIM FROM CONGRESS GOES VIRAL





Trouble is brewing for Jerry Nadler as a petition to remove him from Congress has gone viral, gathering up to thirty thousand signatures so far. The petition started by Gregory Leath says:

“We the American people with respect for congress, sign this petition to Impeach Jerry Nadler, he continues to show his hatred for President Donald J. Trump, which he has had for at least 10 years before Trump became President.”




“This is personal hatred which consumes him, prevents Congress from doing the Jobs we the American people elected them to do, he has changed congress rules to fit his personal agenda against President Trump,” he said.




“Congress works for we the people, not the other way around, there can be NO PERSONAL agendas by any elected official. In Closing we The American People Stand with President Donald J. Trump and insist on the impeachment of Jerry Nadler for using our Congress for his personal hate-filled agenda against our duly elected President !” he added.




Immediately after Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi issued a directive mandating the wearing of masks in Congress, with threats of arrest for anyone not a legislator, images surfaced of Democratic Rep. Jerry Nadler from New York, who read the newspaper without a mask.

The video, posted by Republican Rep. Matt Rosendale of Montana, shows Nadler without a mask flipping through his daily reading.




“Apparently, mask requirements and threats of arrest do not apply to the highest-ranking Democrats.#hypocrisy,” Rosendale tweeted.

The rule sanctioned by Pelosi reads; “Therefore, effective immediately, to promote the good health and well-being of our employees, all USCP personnel must wear a mask at all times when in interior spaces throughout the Capitol Grounds,” the document states.




It also states that the policy should apply to all “employees and visitors”. “Anyone who does not comply or leaves the premises after being asked to do so will be arrested for trespassing.

“While this applies to members of Congress, officials should not arrest a member for not wearing a mask or for not complying with the mask mandate. Any member who fails to comply with a request to wear a mask must be reported to the house sergeant at the Ordnance Department,” the document mandates.

If a staff member accompanying a member refuses to wear a mask, that refusal should be noted and reported to a manager, who in turn will escalate the matter to the House Sergeant-at-Arms.



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