Thursday, January 14, 2021

Major Twist in US Capitol Storming Might Have Gutted the Democrats' Narrative on Trump Impeachment

President Trump was impeached yesterday by a mostly party-line vote. Ten House Republicans did cross the picket line to back the Democratic Party’s unhealthy fetish with impeaching this president. They did it using the Russian collusion hoax. And now, this riot that erupted on Capitol Hill last week. The chaos occurred on January 6 when Congress was certifying the 2020 Electoral College results. Pro-Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol. Five people died. It renewed an impeachment push from Democrats. More Republicans were going to back it. In the Senate, Mitch McConnell reportedly is not all that upset over this current move and did not rule out convicting the president. Did Trump mean to urge his supporters to storm the Hill? No. But a contentious election with mountains of voter fraud allegations and years of populist rage boiled over. Look, I don’t condone what happened, but I’m certainly not shocked. This was a storm brewing since the Tea Party wave, maybe even sooner. 

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Rep. Gaetz EXPLODES at Liberal Hypocrites

By Pamela Geller / THE GELLER REPORT

Well done. RINOs destined for the dustbin of history take note.

Donald Trump is being impeached for being right, Matt Gaetz claims

‘The President correctly pointed out’ election fraud, Gaetz insisted. By Scott Powers, Florida Politics

President Donald Trump‘s biggest congressional supporter from Florida, U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz, defended the President not only on impeachment, but from anyone who thought he was wrong in the first place for claiming election fraud. In defending Trump from the impeachment charge that he inspired insurrection last Wednesday, Gaetz turned to a defense that has been soundly discredited: Trump’s claims that the presidential election was stolen from him, and that Congress needed to be stopped from certifying Democrat Joe Biden as the next President. 

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