Rep. Louis Gohmert warns impeachment will push America into civil war

 On Thursday, the Texas Republican warned that the severe Trump Derangement Syndrome expressed by Democrats over the last three years is threatening to tear the country apart.

 The average American now believes that the United States is two-thirds of the way to the “edge of a civil war,” according to a new Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service poll released last month.

Dailywire.com reports: Speaking on Democrats’ desire to impeach President Donald Trump, Gohmert said on the floor of the House of Representatives that what Democrats “want it to be a one-sided non-due process sham court and it’s about to push this country to a civil war if they were to get their wishes.”

 “And if there’s one thing I don’t want to see in my lifetime, I don’t want to ever have participation in, it’s a civil war,” Gohmert continued. “Some historian, I don’t remember who, said, ‘guns are only involved in the last phase of a civil war.’”

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