Trump Impeachment – January 2021
In a desperate and planned sabotage against Donald Trump, votes came in 232 to 197 in favor to impeach President Trump again. Pelosi said in a recent interview that it was the plan to make sure Trump was never again able to run for President. Trump is accused of being the instigator that caused a swarm of angry bees to break through the doors at the Capitol. While one police officer was hit with a fire extinguisher and passed away later due to injuries, mainstream media reported that the situation ended in “multiple deaths”. It was later stated that in addition to the police officer who passed away, one person had a stroke, another had a heart attack, another had a health issue (later stated to have happened after falling in a mob of people), and one woman was shot by a police officer while attempting to climb through a window. No protesters shot anyone.
The rush of people plowing toward the Capitol happened after media continued insisting that there was “no proof” of election fraud, though numerous pieces of evidence were presented and ignored. Mike Pence stated he could not overturn election results, while Trump stated Pence could affect the outcome.
List of Republicans Who Joined the Trump Impeachment Sabotage
The following Republicans sided with Democrats and Nancy Pelosi, who vowed to make sure Trump never runs again, citing “incitement of insurrection.”
- Liz Cheney – Wyoming
- Anthony Gonzalez – Ohio
- Jamie Herrera-Beutler – Washington
- Dan Newhouse – Washington
- John Katko – New York
- Adam Kinzinger – Illinois
- Peter Meijer – Michigan
- Tom Rice – South Carolina
- Fred Upton – Michigan
- David Valadao – California
Mitch McConnell stated, “The House of Representatives has voted to impeach the President. The Senate process will now begin at our first regular meeting following receipt of the article from the House.”
“Given the rules, procedures, and Senate precedents that govern presidential impeachment trials, there is simply no chance that a fair or serious trial could conclude before President-elect Biden is sworn in next week. The Senate has held three presidential impeachment trials. They have lasted 83 days, 37 days, and 21 days respectively.”
Trump Responded to Impeachment in Plea for Peace
In a video that aired not long after the ludicrous Trump impeachment, Donald Trump made a plea from the White House to Americans.
“Making America Great Again has always been about defending the rule of law, supporting the men and women of law enforcement, and upholding our nation’s most sacred traditions and values. Mob violence goes against everything I believe in…. No true Supporter of mine could ever disrespect Law Enforcement…”
Video courtesy Fox News on Youtube
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