The Senate expelled William Blount in 1797 by a nearly unanimous vote. It had reason to believe he was involved in a conspiracy against the United States. Article 1, Section 5, of the United States Constitution provides that “Each House (of Congress) may determine the Rules for its proceedings, punish its members for disorderly behavior, and, with the concurrence of two thirds, expel a member.”

There exists a reason to expel the congressman who by their contentious actions against a legally elected president, who by their actions create an atmosphere preventing legislation to secure borders of the United States, and such other legislative action necessary to elect conservative judges. (Noting that liberalism does not meet our desired requirement for peaceful government, also noting that socialism is not desired and therefore interferes with our peaceful coexistence).

Should the House of Representatives lapse into thoughtful resolve the current Speaker Pelosi and Shummer must be removed or expelled, then working down the list would restore the type of government desired by the American people.

That government functions best with conservative ideals. When any person so elected to serve the American people must honor the oath of office or suffer the consequences of Article 1, Section 5 of the United States Constitution.

Tom Rogers

Moultrie

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