New York Republican Chairman Nick Langworthy in a statement on Wednesday blasted the effort by some Democratic lawmakers in the House of Representatives to push an impeachment resolution of President Donald Trump.

In the statement, Langworthy singled out Democrats who represent swing districts in New York City and upstate New York to vote against the resolution: Reps. Max Rose, Sean Patrick Maloney, Antonio Delgado and Anthony Brindisi.

“Democrats are drunk with their obsession of trying to take out our President and they’ll stop at nothing to win,” Langworthy said.

“Voting ‘no’ won’t cut it; it’s time for these members to stop wasting taxpayers’ time and money and get to work for the American people instead of these cheap political stunts. If they fail to do what’s right, we’re going to make sure they’re held accountable by the voters who are sick and tired of the nonsense.”

The impeachment resolution is not expected to pass, but presents a challenge to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s efforts to stave off the push as well as a challenge to Democrats who represent districts that do not back proceeding with the effort.

The House of Representatives on Tuesday approved a separate resolution condemning tweets sent by the president over the weekend as racist, criticizing newly elected Democratic women and telling them to “go back” to their ancestral countries.