Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) called for President Trump to be reprimanded from the House floor on Wednesday morning, blaming the obstruction of justice.
“I rise today with a sense of responsibility and duty to the people who have elected me, a feeling of duty to this country, a sense of duty to the Constitution of the United States of America,” he began. “I rise today, Mr. Speaker, to call for the impeachment of the President of the United States of America for obstruction of justice.”
“There is a belief in this country that no one is above the law. And that includes the President of the United States of America.”
Green, who declared his arrangements on Twitter prior Wednesday morning, approached the American individuals to “let us know where you stand.”
“The American people don’t participate on Election Day only,” he said. “It is time for you to let us know where you stand. … The American people should speak out, speak up.”
The Texas Democrat said calling for Trump to be impeached is a “position of conscience for me.” The Texas Democrat said calling for Trump to be impugned is a “position of heart for me.”
“Each member of Congress has to make his or her decision,” he said. “This is where I stand; I will not be moved. The president must be impeached.” Green likewise noticed that “impeachment does not mean the president will be found guilty.”
“It simply means the House of Representatives will bring charges against the president.”
Green’s call comes one day after The New York Times announced that Trump asked then-FBI Director James Comey in February to end the government examination concerning former national security counselor Michael Flynn, who was terminated for distorting his conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the presidential transition period.