By WND. Erick Erickson, a journalist who runs the website The Resurgent, claims a GOP congressman went on a anti-Trump tirade, calling the president am “evil, really f—ing stupid Forrest Gump” and proposing that Republicans impeach him.
Erickson said the encounter took place in the aisles of a Safeway grocery store, and the unnamed congressman who unloaded on Trump regularly appears on Fox News and is a public defender of the president.
“If we’re going to lose because of him, we might as well impeach the motherf—er,” the congressman reportedly told Erickson, who wrote about his experience with “[one] of the president’s congressional defenders” who “has privately decided he hates Trump and wants to unload.” . . .
The congressman reportedly continued:
He may be an idiot, but he’s still the president and leader of my party, and he is capable of doing some things right. But dammit, he’s taking us all down with him. We are well and truly f—ed in November. Kevin [McCarthy] is already circling like a green fly circling s–t, trying to take Paul’s [Ryan] job because nobody thinks he’s sticking around for Nancy [Pelosi]. She’s going to f— up the cafeteria again, too. [Lord’s name in vain], at least I’ll probably lose too and won’t have to put up with that s–t.
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Erick Erickson Provides Small Clue About Identity of Mystery GOP Lawmaker Who Torched Trump
By The Washington Examiner. Conservative commentator Erick Erickson provided a clue about the identity of the mystery U.S. congressman that torched President Trump in a recent interview.
Erickson published an interview Wednesday that quoted an anonymous Republican representative who suggested that if Republicans were going to lose control of the House and the Senate in upcoming elections because of Trump, Trump should be impeached.
“No, look, I promised him I would keep him secret,” Erickson told CNN host Erin Burnett Wednesday after she pressed him for details on the representative. “We talked. Had a good conversation, and he knew I was going to quote him. But I would prefer to protect him, particularly just given, I think, his voters and others, particularly the congressional leadership would be upset with him for venting. He is not on the Judiciary Committee. I will tell you that.”
That narrows down, if only slightly, who could be the congressman with whom Erickson spoke. There are a total of 22 Republicans on the Judiciary Committee. (Read more from “Erick Erickson Provides Small Clue About Identity of Mystery GOP Lawmaker Who Torched Trump” HERE)