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We have a Covid-19 Vaccine, but what about one for TDS?
Seriously, these people cheated in an election, and they still can’t get over their Trump Derangement Syndrome!
They’re trying to impeach a President who they claim is not even President anymore, so which one is it? Is he still in office? Are they admitting Biden cheated?
Lefties, you can’t have your cake and eat it too.
You have to make a choice: either he is still President of The United States, or he is not and you can drop this whole sham impeachment.
President Trump filed an official legal response to the charlatans trying to unconstitutionally impeach him, and it has everything you would expect.
Check it out:
Fox News reported:
Former President Donald Trump's legal team on Tuesday filed its response to the House article of impeachment ahead of next week's trial, denying wrongdoing and calling for the Senate to acquit Trump of the charge.
The answer denies that Trump violated his oath of office while also saying that he was protected by the First Amendment in response to claims he incited an insurrection.
"It is denied that the 45th President of the United States ever engaged in a violation of his oath of office," the Trump legal team brief says. "To the contrary, at all times, Donald J. Trump fully and faithfully executed his duties as President of the United States, and at all times acted to the best of his ability to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States, while never engaging in any high Crimes or Misdemeanors."
The Federalist had more to report:
Trump’s attorneys also argued that along with the Senate not having the constitutional grounds to hold an impeachment trial for a former president, the House of Representatives’ rushed and scattered process was not only “facially and substantively flawed,” but also fraught with administrative inconsistencies that prevented him from receiving due process.
“The House had no reason to rush its proceedings, disregard its own precedents and procedures, engage in zero committee or other investigation, and fail to grant the accused his ‘opportunity to be heard’ in person or through counsel — all basic tenets of due process of law,” the legal team wrote.
“There was no exigency, as evidenced by the fact that the House waited until after the end of the President’s term to even send the articles over and there was thus no legal or moral reason for the House to act as it did.”