What the vote to impeach means to politics in NC; how so. Jackson rep voted

  • A crowd of 100 people, many waving placards, gather in front of Jackson County Democratic headquarters last week to demonstrate they favor the impeachment of President Trump.
    A crowd of 100 people, many waving placards, gather in front of Jackson County Democratic headquarters last week to demonstrate they favor the impeachment of President Trump.
  • As pro-impeachment protestors chant “Hey, hey, ho, ho, Donald Trump has got to go,” an unidentified counter protestor slowly drives his truck into the crowd while a horn sounds -- apparently the truck’s. The truck is decorated with a pro-Trump flag and an American flag. No injuries were reported. Sylva police are investigating the incident, according to Blue Ridge Public Radio.
    As pro-impeachment protestors chant “Hey, hey, ho, ho, Donald Trump has got to go,” an unidentified counter protestor slowly drives his truck into the crowd while a horn sounds -- apparently the truck’s. The truck is decorated with a pro-Trump flag and an American flag. No injuries were reported. Sylva police are investigating the incident, according to Blue Ridge Public Radio.
By Frank Taylor / Carolina Public Press The U.S. House of Representatives, including 13 members from North Carolina, voted to impeach President Donald Trump last week. As was mostly the case…

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