Questioning the actions of a President or even calling for investigating possible wrongdoings isn't against the Constitution, actually very much in line with it. I think you're misunderstanding the difference between voting for somebody and continuing to support them no matter what. I believe you've even said you support Trump over the Democrats as if those are the only choices. You don't have to support either even if you supported one or both previously.I just find it a bit ironic how many people will "resist" a constitutionally elected president, while claiming that they are upholding the constitution. Kind of like, "This constitutionally elected president won't leave office, so let's change the constitution to protect the constitution and ensure that the rules of becoming elected are different."
People just blow me away with their reasoning.
The election happened. People voted the way they did or didn't for countless reasons. A bad reason that many people were forced into--although nonetheless valid reason--was voting for a candidate simply because they didn't want to vote for the other viable candidate. Those are the cards we all were dealt and the election is over. The question now is do you still support Trump.