Following his response to the violent protest which took place in Charlottesville, Virginia, not long ago, California has voted on a resolution to censure President Donald Trump.
Details have revealed that the lower house of the California legislature voted this Friday night on a resolution that would ultimately urge Congress to formally censure the commander-in-chief over his response to the violence which took place in Charlottesville, leaving many wounded and taking the life of one person.
A statement was released by California Assemblymember Tony Thurmond, in which he stated that, “California sent a strong message to President Trump, and the rest of the nation, that we will no longer tolerate his behavior.”
The measure voted by California also urges and pursues other state legislatures to join in with the goal of ‘fighting’ and oppressing the president together, condemning him and calling on him to “publicly apologize to all Americans for his racist and bigoted behavior.”
The interesting thing about this whole situation is that the resolution was originally prompted by President Trump’s comments which put the blame on “both sides” of a clash between protesters including white supremacist groups, as well as counter-protesters in a rally opposing the removal of a Confederate statue in Charlottesville.
This is not the first time that liberals have attempted to undermine Trump and cause disruptions in his presidency since the unfortunate event took place, but they can rest assure that it will be their last.