Government Politics

Nigel Farage’s 2-Minute Warning to the GOP re Impeachment of Donald Trump

In this 2-minute video, Nigel Farage warns the GOP grandees (McConnell, Romney, etc) what will happen to their party if they allow the Senate to bar Donald Trump from running again or fighting again for We the People. 


If in the impeachment vote, when it comes up after debate and trial in the Senate, if Mitch McConnell and a bunch of these old gray suit, loser Republicans who were never going to win any elections, if they decide to get rid of Donald Trump, because they find it just all too socially difficult to deal with him.

And obviously, the 6th of January wasn’t pretty, but if they get rid of them, they are making a huge historic error, right? I lived through 1990, when Margaret Thatcher, the most successful conservative leader in the history of the party, still had the support of the country. But her own parliamentary colleagues ousted her. And the British Conservative Party didn’t recover for 20 years. And arguably, they never, ever really recovered the kind of conservative zeal that they had under Margaret Thatcher.

And if they vote to get rid of a man who’s just got 74 million votes, and I was out there at those rallies, the support for this man, it, it borders on fanatical, because they see him as the Savior. They see him as the man who will stand up against the swamp, who will stand up against Communist China, who does actually care about their lives. If they get rid of Donald Trump by barring him from a second term by barring him from fighting again, the Republican Party will be in the wilderness for a very, very long time.

By David Leeper

David Leeper is a retired engineer living in Scottsdale, AZ, with his (first) wife of 51 years. For 14 years he was a volunteer science teacher at and is now a volunteer reader for the visually impaired on a National Public Radio affiliate.

In David's fun-filled 40-year career, he held positions from lab technician to technical vice president at AT&T Bell Labs, Bellcore, Motorola, and Intel. He holds 16 US patents in telecom technology and a PhD in Electrical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania.

During his career, David wrote mainly for technical journals, including Scientific American. Since 2011, he has written over 1000 political commentaries, mostly for the former Western Free Press and now for his personal site

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