Intent on extending her 15 minutes of fame on the national stage, Democratic Rep. Frederica Wilson directed more barbs at President Donald Trump this week — while referring to death threats against the president’s young son, Barron.
Taking a liberty the media would never allow a Republican to get away with, Wilson implied that impeachment is inevitable and predicted Trump would resign from office to avoid the impending disaster, coming up with an excuse like “somebody is trying to kill Barron.”
We can only image the media meltdown if a lawmaker said anything remotely similar about Barack Obama’s young daughters in his first year in office.
Appearing at the annual Legislative & Policy Conference in Washington, D.C.. an event organized by Al Sharpton’s National Action Network, Wilson dragged Trump’s 11-year-old son into the mix.
— Reverend Al Sharpton (@TheRevAl) November 2, 2017
“We just have to, like the slogan says, stay woke; just stay woke, be careful, because I can see the wheels turning now […] we’re marching toward impeachment, there’s no question about it,” she said, according to PJ Media. “If that happens, are we prepared? Because it’s going to happen.”
“So we have to make sure, Rev. Sharpton, that we are prepared when this happens so we don’t just wake up one day blindsided,” the Florida lawmaker said.
“I think it’s just going to get so tight and it’s going to close in and then everybody is going to be indicted around this president,” Wilson continued, “and then he is going to realize he is probably next on the list.
“And I think [Trump] is going to come up with an excuse like ‘somebody is trying to kill Barron, and so I’m going to resign.’”
Yet, we hear crickets from the national media… audio of Wilson’s troubling remark can be heard below:
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