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The Democrats are absolutely despicable!
We all knew they had no morals….
No moral compass….
We all knew it, but today they admitted it themselves!
Check out this stunning clip where the lead Democrat attorney for the impeachment admits to trying to use Fake News!
He only retracts it after he was busted by the Republicans.
The House Democrats' impeachment managers just admitted they've been peddling FAKE-NEWS! pic.twitter.com/P2XNNaF0RC
— Trump War Room (@TrumpWarRoom) February 11, 2021
And because I expect that will be deleted and banned from Twitter just as soon as I post this, I made a backup.
Watch here on Rumble:
Not only that, but now they’re changing their whole tune…
Changing their whole strategy.
Because they know they can’t prove that President Trump “incited a riot” on January 6 (because he clearly did not) now the new narrative is that it was incited “over time”.
Give me a break!
Deep State Dems now changing their story! LOL
— Daniel Lee (@dnajlion7) February 11, 2021
Read this from JustTheNews:
Over the course of about 8 hours, House impeachment managers argued on Wednesday that President Trump engaged in a “months long effort to incite” his supporters to doubt the presidential election results, leading to the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
Maryland Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin, the lead impeachment manager, was the first to speak on the floor as the second day of Trump’s impeachment trial got underway. Raskin called Jan. 6 a day that “will live in disgrace in American history; that is unless you ask Donald Trump.” Raskin cited Trump’s tweet from late in the afternoon of Jan. 6 to support his argument.
“These are the things and events that happen when a sacred landslide election victory is so unceremoniously & viciously stripped away from great patriots who have been badly & unfairly treated for so long,” Trump tweeted.
Raskin said Trump’s effort to rally his supporters to contest the certification of the election results on Jan. 6 was “much worse” than shouting “fire” in a crowded theater.
“It’s more like a case where the town fire chief who is paid to put out fires sends a mob, not to yell fire in a crowded theater, but to actually set the theater on fire,” he said.
In January 2017, Raskin objected to certifying the results of Florida for then-presidential candidate Donald Trump, but the objection did not move forward because it was not co-signed by a senator.
Democratic Colorado Rep. Joe Neguse presented after Raskin. Neguse played a clip of protesters on Jan. 6 saying, “Fight for Trump.” Neguse said it was Trump’s role to stop the violence that was happening at the Capitol that day.
“He alone, our commander in chief, had the power to stop it and he didn’t,” he said, adding that Democrats will present evidence to support this argument. “You will see that even when he did, 3-and-a-half hours into the attack, tell these people to go home in peace, he added, as lead manager Raskin said, I’ll quote, ‘You’re very special. We love you.'”
Texas Democratic Rep. Joaquin Castro played a video of Trump saying on Nov. 4 that he won the presidential election while votes were still being counted. Castro said Trump “never” recanted his statement since that time.
“This is the commander in chief telling his supporters your election is being stolen and you must stop the counting of American votes, and it worked. His words became their actions,” he said, referring to the riot on Jan. 6.
California Democratic Rep. Eric Swalwell said Trump “wanted to make his base angrier and angrier” ahead of the “Save America” rally on Jan. 6.
“To make them angry he was willing to say anything,” Swalwell said, referring to a Nov. 15 tweet from Trump where the former president said he concedes nothing and “we have a long way to go.”
Swalwell showed a tweet from pro-Trump activist Jennifer Lynn Lawrence which was re-tweeted by Trump ahead of the Jan. 6 rally. Lawrence said in the tweet that “we are bringing the Calvary Mr. President.”
“This was not just any old protest,” Swalwell said. “President Trump was inciting something historic. The Cavalry was coming. And he was organized.”
Pennsylvania Democratic Rep. Madeleine Dean said the House impeachment managers have laid out evidence that Trump engaged in a “months long effort to incite his base, leading them to believe the election was stolen, that they needed to fight like hell to stop the steal on January the 6th.”
Dean said she was presenting evidence of Trump’s “relentless escalating campaign to fabricate an election victory by ignoring adverse court rulings, pressuring and threatening election officials, attacking senators and members of Congress.”
Dean cited Trump’s call into a state Republican meeting in Pennsylvania on Nov. 25 as an attempt to personally intervene in the certification of election results.
California Democratic Rep. Ted Lieu praised former Vice President Mike Pence for certifying the presidential election results despite Trump’s public criticism of Pence.
“Thankfully, Vice President Pence stood his ground like our other brave officials stood their ground to refuse the president and fulfill his duty on January 6, even after the capital was attacked and even after he was personally targeted, even after his family was targeted. Vice President Pence stood strong and certified the election,” Lieu said.
Watch more here from my friend Daniel: