Rolling Thunder chief warns patriotic Americans will descend on DC if ‘arrogant’ Pelosi impeaches Trump

Artie Muller, the executive director of the Rolling Thunder biker organization, had some harsh words for Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) while giving a speech on Thursday in New Jersey.

Muller, a retired Army sergeant, said Pelosi should lose her seat in Congress for allowing a series of fruitless investigations into President Donald Trump, his administration and his former presidential campaign to take place. Mueller said Pelosi, who he called an “arrogant b****” at one point, could force the last stretch of Trump’s first term in office to turn into nothing but a headache for both the president and the American people.

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Muller predicted that if Trump was impeached by Pelosi, he and thousands of other bikers and patriotic Americans would come to D.C. to demonstrate in favor of the president.

“I would like to see Nancy Pelosi and her hypocrites work on the POW issue instead of bulls***ting [and] aggravating the President of the United States, who’s doing a fantastic job,” Muller said on Thursday, according to the Washington Examiner.

“The POW issue” that Muller referenced is a primary focus of the Rolling Thunder group. The goal is to draw attention to the fact that foreign governments may be lying or covering up the fates of American military servicemen and women captured during combat.

“When the hell are they going to wake up?” said Muller. “It’s not their children, their mothers, their fathers that are left behind in the POW camps.”

Muller also defended the president for recently walking out of what was supposed to be an infrastructure meeting with Democrats like Pelosi. Mueller said the president was not throwing a “hissy fit” as he has been accused of by Democrats and the liberal media, but the president was instead tired of Pelosi’s “bulls***.”

“He walks out of a meeting with Nancy Pelosi not because he’s had a hissy fit like she said,” he said. ‘[It’s] because he’s tired of putting up with her bulls***.”

He then said Pelosi should be the one investigated.

“I have to look at it myself because somebody told me her family background. They’re all a bunch of damn thieves,” he said. “Let’s investigate Nancy Pelosi and throw her the hell out of Congress.”

The military veteran then added that Hillary Clinton should be investigated right alongside Pelosi.

“Same with Hillary Clinton. Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi should open up their closets and put some charges against them,” he said.

Francis “Mac” MacDonald, the president of the Virginia chapter of Rolling Thunder, told the Examiner that he and “most” of his chapter would join in on a ride to D.C. to defend Trump, but he insisted that such a ride would be a personal choice for group members and not work by Rolling Thunder as a whole since the group likes to not be associated with specific politics.

Artie Muller, 74, is a retired Army sergeant who served in the Vietnam War. He helped organize the Rolling Thunder ride in 1987. The Memorial Day event draws more than 500,000 bikers each year to D.C. Many of the riders are military veterans.

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