Who the hell is Nicholas Kristof? Better yet, who the hell does Nicholas Kristof think he is? I mean besides a mouth-breathing liberal moron, which is what passes for a print journalist these days at my favorite fish wrap and bird cage liner, The New York Fake News Times.

This little butt hurt crybaby still can’t get over the fact that we finally have a true patriot in the White House for the first time since Ronald Reagan, and is suggesting everything short of assassination to remove brand-spanking new President Donald Trump from office.

If ignorance is bliss, Kristof is euphoric, and apparently hasn’t had an original idea since he discovered masturbation. Check out Kristof’s stupidity, below, and his proposal to remove Donald Trump from the presidency.

“We’re just a month into the Trump presidency, and already so many are wondering: How can we end it?” asks fake news artist Nicholas Kristof of The New York Fake News Times.

One poll from Public Policy Polling found that as many Americans — 46 percent — favor impeachment of President Trump as oppose it. Ladbrokes, the betting website, offers even odds that Trump will resign or leave office through impeachment before his term ends.

Sky Bet, another site, is taking wagers on whether Trump will be out of office by July.

There have been more than 1,000 references to “Watergate” in the news media in the last week, according to the Nexis archival site, with even some conservatives calling for Trump’s resignation or warning that he could be pushed out. Dan Rather, the former CBS News anchor who covered Watergate, says that Trump’s Russia scandal isn’t now at the level of Watergate but could become at least as big.

Maybe things will settle down. But what is striking about Trump is not just the dysfunction of his administration but also the — vigorously denied — allegations that Trump’s team may have cooperated with Vladimir Putin to steal the election. What’s also different is the broad concern that Trump is both: A) unfit for office, and B) dangerously unstable. One pro-American leader in a foreign country called me up the other day and skipped the preliminaries, starting with: “What the [expletive] is wrong with your country?”

So let’s investigate: Is there any way out?

Trump still has significant political support, so the obstacles are gargantuan. But the cleanest and quickest way to remove a president involves Section 4 of the 25th Amendment and has never been attempted. It provides that the cabinet can, by a simple majority vote, strip the president of his powers and immediately hand power to the vice president. The catch is that the ousted president can object, and in that case Congress must approve the ouster by a two-thirds vote in each chamber, or the president regains office.

The 25th Amendment route is to be used when a president is “unable” to carry out his duties. I asked Laurence Tribe, the Harvard professor of constitutional law, whether that could mean not just physical incapacity, but also mental instability. Or, say, the taint of having secretly colluded with Russia to steal an election?

Tribe said that he believed Section 4 could be used in such a situation.

“In the unlikely event that Pence and a majority of Trump’s bizarre cabinet were to grow the spine needed to do the right thing with the process set up by that provision, we would surely be in a situation where a very large majority of the public, including a very substantial percentage of Trump’s supporters, would back if not insist upon such a move,” Tribe said. “In that circumstance, I can’t imagine Trump and his lawyers succeeding in getting the federal courts to interfere.” Read more of Kristof’s trash, if you can stand it….

Note to Klueless Kristoff: You are placing your hope to remove President Trump upon fake news. Perhaps you didn’t get the memo, but not only is there no proof of the Democrat lie that the Russians meddled in our election, there is absolutely no evidence! You are basing your dream of removing President Trump from office on a lie. Do you understand your chances of pulling off such a bizarre scheme? None! Nada! Niente! Zip! Zilch! Zefuckinro!

As far as President Trump’s cabinet members firing him, I can tell you straight up that trying to fire your boss is not conducive to career progression. But, don’t take my word for it, try it yourself. Give Arthur Sulzberger a call in the morning. Tell him you are tired of his shit and you aim to remove him as Chairman of The New York Fake News Times. Let us know how that works out.

Anyone with an IQ greater than the average hamster, a group that sadly does not include Nicholas Kristof, will tell you with confidence that removing a president is not only difficult, but practically impossible, especially when that president enjoys significant majorities in both Chambers of Congress and yuge and growing support base among We the People.

Other Nicholas Kristof fantasies, published in The New York Fake News Times that you may find amusing. This clown really has a hard-on for The Donald….

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