Cry me a river. Hundreds of paid agitators and sudden Clinton supporters hit the streets across the country crying that The People have spoken and Elected Donald J. Trump as President of the United States. These dangerous and unstable “protesters” seek to cause chaos, uproar and anarchy, from social media death threats towards the President and V.P elect to burning cars on the streets and even starting a petition to impeach Donald J. Trump. “For the LORD of hosts has purposed, And who will annul it?” Isaiah 14:27

It is just one day since Donald Trump was elected President – but thousands of furious liberals are already plotting ways to remove him from office. 

Within hours of the Republican’s unexpected win over Hillary Clinton, people were calling for him to be impeached over claims of sexual abuse, fraud and racketeering.

Online searches for ‘How to impeach a president’ surged hours after the result, with the question seeing a 4,850 per cent rise on Google.

One of the seven petitions to contest his presidency amassed more than 13,322 signatures in a matter of hours as furious protests across the US intensified.

Thousands of people are calling for Donald Trump to be impeached over  claims of sexual abuse, fraud and racketeering, pictured are protesters  in Chicago
Thousands of people are calling for Donald Trump to be impeached over claims of sexual abuse, fraud and racketeering, pictured are protesters in Chicago
One of the seven petitions to contest his presidency has already amassed more than 13,322 signatures in a matter of hours as protests across the US intensified

A number of professors have thrown their weight behind the movement, saying there is a ‘strong case’ to impeach Trump and stop him from taking the top job.

Speaking on Newsnight on Wednesday, English historian Simon Schama said: ‘It is not a moment for calm, it is a moment for contesting what seems to be a very dangerous point in American history.

‘George Washington warned against despotism and that’s what we’re facing.’

University of Utah Law professor Christopher Peterson said he found evidence to charge Trump with fraud and racketeering – felonies within state and federal law.

People were seen holding signs saying: 'Not my president' during a protest in Seattle
People were seen holding signs saying: ‘Not my president’ during a protest in Seattle

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