A Republican Governor sold out Trump. This is how it blew up in his face

Not every Republican was willing to stand with President Trump.

Now they are paying the price.

A Republican Governor sold out Trump. This is how it blew up in his face.

Ohio Republican Governor Mike DeWine is one of the biggest RINOs in all of America.

DeWine declared Joe Biden the President-elect even though the results were not all certified and his challenges of voter fraud were not all completed.

Now DeWine is facing articles of impeachment from conservative lawmakers outraged over Governor DeWine’s tyrannical approach to the coronavirus that infringed on people’s liberty and freedom through economy killing shutdowns and authoritarian mask mandates.

The Hill reports:

The allegations claim DeWine’s administration implemented unconstitutional orders in response to the pandemic.

In a statement shared with local news outlets, Becker’s office blasted DeWine, alleging “mismanagement, malfeasance, misfeasance, abuse of power, and other crimes include, but are not limited to, meddling in the conduct of a presidential primary election, arbitrarily closing and placing curfews on certain businesses, while allowing other businesses to remain open.”

The group of state Republican lawmakers argues that DeWine violated Ohioans’ civil liberties by issuing a stay-at-home order and requiring them to wear masks. They have argued that the face covering rule “promotes fear, turns neighbors against neighbors, and contracts the economy by making people fearful to leave their homes.”

Governor DeWine is up for re-election in 2022.

If DeWine survives this impeachment push, President Trump hinted that Governor DeWine will face a primary challenge.

Ohio Republican Congressman Jim Jordan – a strong Trump ally and former Chairman of the House Freedom Caucus – is considering challenging DeWine.

If Jordan jumped into the race, President Trump would be sure to endorse Jordan and that could be the final nail in DeWine’s coffin.

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