UTICA, N.Y. – Congressional candidate Claudia Tenney joined other Republicans at an anti-impeachment rally outside of Rep. Anthony Brindisi’s Utica office on Wednesday.
"Despite saying for months that he would not support impeachment, Anthony Brindisi turned his back on our community and joined his far-left donors and the Democrat establishment in Washington to vote to continue this impeachment process. Anthony Brindisi and Democrats in Washington are obsessed with impeaching the president to distract from their record of accomplishing nothing for the American people and upstate New York,” said Tenney.
Brindisi says he's still waiting to get all the facts before making a decision on impeachment.
Nick Langworthy, chairman of the Republican Party of New York, helped organize the gathering as part of the national ‘Stop the Madness’ campaign created to oppose the impeachment inquiry against President Trump.
Trump is accused of urging the president of Ukraine to interfere with the 2020 election by investigating members of the Biden family.
The House began impeachment hearings on Nov. 13, 2019.
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