Donald Trump Jr. on Saturday, Dec. 14, released a list of House Democrats in Trump districts who voted for impeachment, warning them of career destiny over their impeachment vote.

The list includes 31 Democratic representatives in the House, with a complete thread of their office numbers and Twitter accounts.

They are: Tom O’Halleran (Ariz.1), Lucy McBath (Ga.-6), Lauren Underwood (Ill.-14), Cheri Bustos (Ill.-17), Abby Finkenauer (Iowa-1), Dave Loebsack (Iowa-2), Cindy Axne (Iowa-3), Jared Golden (Maine-2), Elissa Slotkin (Mich.-8), Haley Stevens (Mich.-11), Angie Craig (Minn.-2), Collin Peterson (Minn.-7), Susie Lee (Nev.-3), Chris Pappas (N.H.-1), Andy Kim (N.J.-3), Josh Gottheimer (N.J.-5), Mikie Sherrill (N.J.-11), Xochitl Torres Small (N.M.-2), Max Rose (N.Y.-11), Sean Patrick Maloney (N.Y.-18), Antonio Delgado (N.Y.-19), Anthony Brindisi (N.Y.-22), Kendra Horn (Okla.-5), Matt Cartwright (Pa.-8), Conor Lamb (Pa.-17), Joe Cunningham (S.C.-1), Ben McAdams (Utah-4), Elaine Luria (Va.-2), Abigail Spanberger (Va.-7), and Ron Kind (Wis.-3).

In a message to them, Trump Jr. tweeted, “Enough! These Democrats in Trump districts said they were with @realDonaldTrump. They lied!—Now now it’s time to hear from OUR MOVEMENT.”

The president’s son then urged the conservatives to take action with those Democrats who are iffy on impeachment, “tell them this will NOT STAND” and that “you’ll remember in Nov!”

Trump Jr. put the alert to the Democrats one day after the House Judiciary Committee passed two articles of impeachment—abuse of power and obstruction of Congress—against President Donald Trump with a party-line vote.

The full House is expected to vote on the measures next week.

According to Breitbart News, as Republicans have remained united against impeachment, all eyes are on the Democrats, specifically those who represent Trump-won districts. They have been taking the heat as their support for impeachment could cost them their careers in the 2020 election.

While many of those Democrats have been nervous about their political futures in voting for impeachment, Rep. Jeff Van Drew (D-N.J.) is eyeing a switch to the Republican Party.

The Associated Press citing a Republican official reported Saturday that Van Drew met with President Trump in the White House on Friday to discuss switching parties as next week’s impeachment vote approaches.

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