PETITION TO THE CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES REQUESTING THAT PRESIDENT TRUMP BE CENSURED
The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution gives every citizen the right to petition Congress "for the Redress of Grievances." And the Senate and House of Representatives have the power to "Censure" (condemn) a sitting President for misconduct.
From the time Donald Trump assumed the Presidency, he has been engaging in continuing acts of misconduct requiring that he be Censured by both the Senate and House. While some of Trump's actions may be sufficient to support his impeachment, we believe that at a minimum they require his immediate Censure by Congress.
Actions for which he must be Censured include:
1. Firing FBI Director James Comey for his refusal to terminate the FBI's investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 Presidential election and his investigation of former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn;
2. Disclosing classified information to Russian representatives in the Oval Office on May 10, 2017;
3. Disgracing the Office of President by repeatedly and knowingly making false statements to the press and public;
4. Wrongfully admonishing Attorney General Sessions for recusing himself from the Russian election interference investigation;
5. Continuing to receive profits and Emoluments from foreign governments in violation of Article 1, Section 10 of the Constitution;
6. Ridiculing women on the basis of their looks and insinuating that they lack intelligence;
7. Withdrawing from the Paris climate accords;
8. Refusing to release his income tax returns;
9. Defending the improper effort by his son, son-in-law and Campaign Chairman to obtain damaging information from Russian sources about Hillary Clinton.
For all of these reasons, and others specified in this Petition, he should be Censured by both Houses of Congress.