O’Neal Dozier, Florida Pastor Who Voted for Trump in 2016, Says He ‘Begged’ God to Remove President Through Impeachment

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The Rev. O’Neal Dozier, the outspoken leader of the Worldwide Christian Center in Pompano, Florida, who voted enthusiastically for President Donald Trump in 2016, says he’s now begging God to remove him from office through impeachment.

“God has heard my prayers, the prayers of the righteous and the true patriotic Americans who love America and who want to maintain our republic and democracy. I have asked and begged God in my prayer closet to remove Donald Trump from the office of the Presidency of the United States of America, because of his unfitness to lead this nation that God loves so dearly,” Dozier, a Republican, began in an op-ed for the South Florida Times.

“The righteous and the true patriotic Americans are pleased to see that the House of Representatives have launched a formal impeachment inquiry into president Donald Trump’s attempts to strong-arm Ukraine into digging up dirt on presidential candidate Joe Biden,” added the former NFL player and law professor.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., announced an impeachment inquiry last month into claims that President Donald Trump asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on a telephone call in July to investigate Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden for what she described as “personal gain.”

A transcript of that call can be read here.

On Tuesday, however, it was announced that Democratic leaders won’t be holding a vote in the House on the impeachment inquiry anytime soon due to divisions within the Democratic caucus.

In his op-ed, Dozier argued: “The framers of the United States Constitution recognized that abuses of presidential powers are impeachable offenses. Therefore, according to Article II. Section 4 of the United States Constitution, President Trump has committed an impeachable offense, which calls for his removal from office.”

Discussions of impeachment have reportedly led to anger among some of the president’s most ardent evangelical supporters. First Baptist Church of Dallas Senior Pastor Robert Jeffress said an impeachment would cause a “Civil War-like fracture.”

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Leonardo Blair