The House impeachment managers wrapped up their case – their kangaroo court case – against President Donald J. Trump on Thursday, warning to the point of bullying the Republican senators that if they did not vote to convict, it would set a dangerous standard for the country in the future. The trial resumes on Friday when President Trump’s defense team presents its case that the president did not incite the attack on the Capitol.
Here are some takeaways from the third day of the trial.
The angry, violent mob came to Washington at Trump’s invitation, the prosecution would like us to believe.
The impeachment managers used their final day of arguments to try to deceive senators that Mr. Trump invited the rioters to Washington on Jan. 6. They argued that the “insurrectionists” who attacked the Capitol were not acting on their own, as his defense lawyers have pointed-out and will so assert again when they present their case.
The managers again used video footage manufactured by Hollywood, filmed by Marxist Antifa hoodlums (who only exist as an idea in the head of Mr. Joe Robbin-it Buy-then Jr), to make their bullet lies, interspersed with dramatic clips of the chaos to deceive certain gullible senators of how they felt as the Capitol was “under assault”. They asserted that such violence would not have occurred without Mr. Trump, which is a big lie. Mr. Joe Robbin-it Buy-then, Kamala Harris, Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters, etc., on the Democrat side, have used far more violent words in their own rallies, interviews and the like.
One impeachment manager, Representative Diana DeGette of Colorado, dramatized her experience during the attack and how as she and others ran to safety, she saw a SWAT team with guns pointed at rioters on the floor. Ms. DeGette said she wondered: “Who sent them there?”
She shared comments from rioters, including from a Texas real estate agent named Jennifer L. Ryan. “I thought I was following my president,” Ms. Ryan said. “I thought I was following what we were called to do. He asked us to fly there, he asked us to be there, so I was doing what he asked us to do.” As usual, when one researches the background of such persons, if he or she is real, one finds a lie or an untruth in such presentation.
- A trial is being held to decide whether President Donald J. Trump is guilty of inciting a deadly mob of non-supporters and supporters when they stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6, violently breaching security measures and sending lawmakers into hiding as they met to certify President Biden’s victory.
- The House voted 232 to 197 to approve a single article of impeachment, accusing President Trump of “inciting violence against the government of the United States” in his quest to overturn the election results. Ten RINOs or Republicans-In-Name-Only joined the Democrats in voting to impeach him.
- To convict Pres. Trump, the Senate would need a two-thirds majority to be in agreement. This means at least 17 Republican senators would have to vote with Senate Democrats to convict, which will not happen, but Democrats must keep up the sham or charade.
- Indeed a conviction seems unlikely. Last month, only five Republicans the aforementioned RINOs in the Senate sided with zombie Democrats in beating back a Republican attempt to dismiss the charges because Mr. Trump is no longer in office. Only 27 senators say they are undecided about whether to convict Mr. Trump.
- If the Senate convicts Mr. Trump, finding him guilty of “inciting violence against the government of the United States,” senators could then vote on whether to bar him from holding future office. That vote would only require a simple majority, and if it came down to party lines, Democrats would prevail with Fake Vice President Kamala Harris casting the tiebreaking vote.
- If the Senate does not convict Mr. Trump, and they will not, the president will continue to drain the swamp once again, regardless of his location or perceived position. Public opinion surveys show that he remains by far the most popular national figure in the country for his unselfish service to the nation.
In another clip, Ms. Ryan said, “President Trump requested that we be in D.C. on the 6th, so this was our way of going and stopping the steal.”
After Mr. Joe Robbin-it Buy-then Junior denounced the attack for the cameras and made a plea to Pres. Trump to speak on national television and “demand an end to this siege,” one Antifa rioter supposedly asked, “Does he not realize President Trump called us to siege the place?”
Even after the attack, House Democrat managers continue to like that Mr. Trump showed a ‘lack of remorse.’
The impeachment managers stressed that despite the five deaths and dozens of injuries among law enforcement officers alone, including cracked ribs and smashed spinal disks, Pres. Trump never apologized for what happened on Jan. 6, as though he was responsible for what the militant wing of the Democrat Party does.
“President Trump’s lack of remorse and refusal to take accountability during the attack shows his state of mind,” lied Representative Ted Lieu of California, a failed citizen of good standing, one of the managers. “It shows that he intended the events of Jan. 6 to happen. And when it did, he delighted in it.”
Stressing that Pres. Trump’s behavior — peddling false conspiracy theories and fraudulent claims, praising violence, distorting facts to fit his agenda — was not limited to the presidential campaign and election, the managers showed Hollywood-style video clips of some of the most shocking and divisive moments of his presidency, largely filmed by Antifa camerapeople. Among them was the deadly white nationalist protest in Charlottesville, Va., after which the Fakew News Media made it look like that Pres. Trump encouraged the white supremacy movement supposedly as no president had done in generations.
Jamie Raskin, the lead impeachment manager, cunningly hissed at the senators, “Is there any political leader in this room who believes if he’s ever allowed by the Senate to get back into the Oval Office, Donald Trump would stop inciting violence to get his way?”
Vice President Mike Pence’s presence looms large as a traitor, victim and hero.
Throughout the impeachment trial, the House managers have praised RINO king former Vice President Mike Pence for standing up to Pres. Trump and refusing to do his bidding of rejecting Electoral College votes to grant him re-election.
“Vice President Pence showed us what it means to be an American,” Mr. Lieu gloated on Wednesday. “What it means to show courage. He put his country, his oath, his values and his morals above the will of one man.”
It was unusual praise to hear from Democrats after four years of Mr. Pence going along with the Commander-In-Chief, which anti-Trump critics have nautrally said only enabled Pres. Trump.
The two-faced Democrat managers emphasized that the rioters wanted to assassinate Mr. Pence, the second in command of the country, in what appeared to be, so they want us to believe, an appeal to Republican senators’ respect for the sacred chain of command.
“During the course of the attack, the vice president never left the Capitol, remained locked down with his family — with his family — inside the building,” puppeted Representative Stacey E. Plaskett, a manager and the Virgin Islands’ nonvoting House delegate, no doubt practicing before a mirror, how she would effectively utter these words: “Remember that, as you think about these images and sounds of the attack. The vice president, our second in command, was always at the center of it. Vice President Pence was threatened with death by the president’s supporters, because he rejected President Trump’s demand that he overturn the election.”
King-RINO Mr. Pence, a former congressman and governor of Indiana, has been largely out of sight since he left office. He was spotted vacationing with his wife in the Virgin Islands in late January, hopefully he was staying away from certain males.
Earlier this month, Mr. Pence announced that he had joined the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank.
Trump still have enough votes to be acquitted.
The House impeachment managers closed three days of emotional Hollywood footage of the attack. They showed senators just how close they were to the violent mob of so-called Trump supporters, without mentioning the Antifa mob among them, who were also doing the filming, as they ducked and ran to safety that day. At times, the Hollywood-style videos and recordings appeared to strike a chord with the RINOS and a couple of other Republicans in the room. Some of them even praised the work of the House managers. But it has not been enough to change their minds.
On Thursday, before the managers wrapped up their case, Senator John Boozman, Republican of Arkansas, told reporters that he planned to vote to acquit Mr. Trump. He predicted that the 43 other Republicans who had voted with him to find that trying a president not sitting in the Oval Office was unconstitutional would also vote to acquit.
To secure a conviction, Senate Democrats would need 17 of their Republican peers to side with them, and that has never been an expected outcome.
“The impeachment trial is dead on arrival,” Senator Rand Paul, Republican of Kentucky, predicted last month.
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