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Politics Ohio governor on impeachment articles filed against him: 'We have to do whatever we can to slow this virus down'

19:35  01 december  2020
19:35  01 december  2020 Source:   thehill.com

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(BREITBART) -- A total of 12 articles of impeachment have officially been filed against Ohio Gov. The representatives argue that DeWine has abused his power during the pandemic, noting that the governor vetoed Senate Bill 55 — and threatened to veto other General Assembly legislation

On Monday a group of Republican representatives filed impeachment articles . 'I'm not talking about most Ohioans – just a small number of people who for whatever reason just continue to think and 'He continues to have callous disregard for the fact that his isolation policies have led to a shockingly high

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine (R) responded Tuesday to articles of impeachment four Republican state lawmakers have filed against him over the state's coronavirus restrictions.

a man wearing a suit and sunglasses: Ohio governor on impeachment articles filed against him: 'We have to do whatever we can to slow this virus down' © Getty Images Ohio governor on impeachment articles filed against him: 'We have to do whatever we can to slow this virus down'

"It is four members of the general assembly...I guess they have a right to go and file anything they want to, but we are going to stay focused on what we have to do," he said in an interview with "CBS This Morning" Tuesday.

"People who want to criticize measures like wearing masks and basic things we know absolutely know work, they should go talk to those front line health people because I think when they listen to them it is pretty clear we have to do whatever we can to slow this virus down," he added.

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have officially filed articles of impeachment against Republican Governor Mike DeWine. Ohio has seen 421,063 cases of the coronavirus to date, with the virus infecting one in need to approve the resolution, and then two-thirds of the Ohio Senate would have to vote to convict the governor .

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In the same interview, DeWine warned the state did not have the money for distribution of a coronavirus vaccine, but said state officials would "get it out one way or the other."

"We have the ability to do that. We would like, of course, is a bill from Congress," he added. "I'm still hopeful that Democrats and Republicans and the President can all get together and get a bill passed because we really need that....our local governments need money, our schools need money."

DeWine has come under fire from several members of his own party for coronavirus-related lockdown measures.

State Reps. John Becker, Nino Vitale, Candice Keller and Paul Zeltwanger filed 12 articles of impeachment against him yesterday, accusing him of "mismanagement, malfeasance, misfeasance, abuse of power, and other crimes include, but are not limited to, meddling in the conduct of a presidential primary election, arbitrarily closing and placing curfews on certain businesses, while allowing other businesses to remain open."

The militia members accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) due to her lockdown measures also reportedly considered abducting DeWine.

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