Senate majority strikes back

WASHINGTON (Rooters agency) – The Majority Leader of the Senate today announced his party’s counterattack against the impeachment of President Ronald Dump. After a day of speeches for and against convicting the President – but no testimony – Senator Mulch Gooddoggy introduced a resolution calling for the impeachment of the majority of the House of Representatives who had voted for the impeachment of President Dump.

The resolution declares that the House majority had “clearly and shamelessly committed the crime of lèse-majesté.”

“The President denied the charges before they were even made,” Senator Gooddoggy declared, “and yet those enemies of democracy persisted with them. They want to overturn the will of the majority of real Americans, who gave the President a crushing majority of the popular vote in 2016 and will do so again this year if we can pass all of our state voter restriction bills in time.”

Senator Texas Crude endorsed Gooddoggy’s resolution: “For the good of the country, I am willing to admit that I can’t prove that Our Leader is mistaken about my father and the assassination of John F. Kennedy. Why can’t the other party recognize the damage they do by trying to sully the reputation of the only Leader we have? Lèse-majesté hurts all Americans.”

Another backer of the President, Senator Mark Arboreal, said, “Of course I don’t agree with everything the President does except when he does it. But I will always back him against the scurrilous charge that he owes a higher loyalty to the Constitution than he does to God, who appointed him as President.”

Arboreal added that not all of his fellow senators endorsed Gooddoggy’s resolution 100 percent. Many of them felt that the charges against the House majority should include blasphemy.