A week after the historic Capitol riot, the Democrats, mainstream media, and Big Tech still paint it as President Trump’s idea. They claim the president incited the people to prevent the electoral vote certification and presumed to grab dictatorial powers.
Republican Senators Lisa Murkowski and Pat Toomey even joined the leftists’ calls for Trump to either face a second impeachment or resign. Ted Cruz also said that the president’s rhetoric “certainly contributed to the violence that occurred.”
Trump’s speech that allegedly incited the supporters can be found here, where he said at the end,
“So, we’re going to walk down Pennsylvania Avenue. I love Pennsylvania Avenue, and we’re going to the Capitol, and we’re going to try and give… The Democrats are hopeless.”
He said that the Dems are never voting for anything, not even a single vote. He claimed to try giving the Republicans, especially the weak ones because the strong ones don’t need any help, pride, and boldness to take back the country.
“So let’s walk down Pennsylvania Avenue. I want to thank you all. God bless you, and God bless America. Thank you all for being here. This is incredible. Thank you very much. Thank you.”
Trump clearly didn’t encourage a mob to storm out or overthrow the government. His reasons for believing that the recent election was stolen were enough to inflame his supporters to stage a Capitol demonstration.
So, all Americans should be asking, where and how did President Trump incite the mob?
Where did he specifically tell them to disrupt the electoral vote certification?
Now, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer plan to impeach Trump again after their initial failure.
Their party has been hoping to marginalize the president and his movement forever. But before that, can we again ask when and how exactly did he commit their accusations?