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A Republican Party group in Michigan disavowed their congressman, Rep. Peter Meijer (R-MI), over his support for gun safety legislation and Donald Trump's impeachment.
The Muskegon County GOP executive committee disavowed the first-term representative, an Iraq War veteran, because he supported the bipartisan Safer Communities Act to enhance gun safety passed by the Senate in the wake of mass shootings in Uvalde, Texas, and Buffalo, New York, reported WZZM-TV.
"Peter Meijer violated the Oath of Office to uphold the Constitution which states '…the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed,'" the executive committee said in its resolution. "Peter Meijer voted without evidence of misconduct to impeach our United States President, Donald Trump."
"NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED: That the Muskegon County Republican Executive Committee will uphold the Constitution, conservative values that the Republican Party Platform is based on and those candidates and elected representatives that also adhere to the aforementioned," the resolution stated.
Meijer was among 10 Republicans who voted to impeach Trump after the Jan. 6 insurrection, and the lawmaker revealed the next day that he had purchased body armor and taken other steps to protect his safety in the wake of violent threats he had received.
The Muskegon County GOP executive committee has backed Joe Gibbs, a former Trump administration official in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development who has also been endorsed by the former president.
Gibbs has falsely claimed that Meijer voted to establish the House select committee investigating Trump's role in instigating the Capitol riot.
A video that emerged this week shows former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani being heckled as he campaigned for his son in Binghamton.
Liam Wagner said that he shared the video after Giuliani demanded charges against a grocery store worker who made physical contact while heckling him. Media reports indicate Giuliani visited Binghamton in mid-June.
"You're destroying this country," a woman in the video says as Giuliani stands by a Truck emblazoned with his son's campaign logo.
"You have no respect for this country!" a man shouts at the former mayor. "At one point, you were a person! Now, you're a shell. You sold your soul to the devil. You f--king fascist piece of s--t. Don't you care about our country?"
"That flag right there means democracy!" he yells. "Democracy is what it means, you fascist! Go to hell, fascist! Go to hell, fascist!"
As the video continues, the man calls Giuliani a "treasonous piece of s--t."
"You don't give a s--t about our democracy!" the woman exclaims.
"Have some self-respect!" the man agrees. "Go to hell, you traitor! You f--king turncoat!"
Watch the video below via TikTok.