Republican Party

Freedom Caucus Condemns Member for Supporting Rule of Law

JM Ashby
Written by JM Ashby

The Flying Monkey Caucus spent a majority of the Obama administration claiming that President Obama was an unruly tyrant who was always five minutes away from declaring himself king and letting the United Nations assume control of the country.

Now, in 2019, they're condemning their own members for saying that Trump's threats to the rule of law must be answered by Congress.

The Batshit Caucus voted unanimously today to condemn GOP Rep. Justin Amash (R-MI) for saying Trump's obstruction of justice warrants impeachment.

Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio, the top Republican on the House Oversight Committee and a former chairman of the Freedom Caucus, said that every single member in attendance during a weekly caucus meeting was unified in their opposition toward Amash’s comments. The group, which took a show of hands, needs the support of 80 percent of its members to take a formal position on an issue.

“It was every single person who totally disagrees with what he says,” Jordan said after the meeting.

Amash did not attend the meeting, but Jordan said he spoke to Amash Saturday night to ask, “What are you doing?”

What are you doing?

You're only suppose to say these things when there's a Democrat in office!

  • Draxiar

    “What are you doing? We have double standards and intellectual dishonesty to live up to!”

  • muselet

    Golly. It’s almost as if the Freedumb Caucus lacks any consistent principles or philosophy other than a heartfelt Rs rule, Ds drool!

    But that couldn’t be, could it?

    –alopecia