Earlier today, very telling tweets from 2017, that were made by the whistleblower’s lawyer, Mark Zaid, were released on social media. The tweets make it very clear that the intent of the whistleblower’s lawyer has been to impeach Trump, at least as early as 2017.
When a far-left Twitter user who goes by “Virginia Barnett,” asked Mark Zaid, “Mark are we really going to be able to get him out? [Trump] He is dismantling our government department by department. It is really scary.” Zaid replied, “It’s very scary. We will get rid of him, and this country is strong enough to survive even him and his supporters. We have to.” The tweets were dated July 1, 2017.
It's very scary. We will get rid of him, and this country is strong enough to survive even him and his supporters. We have to.
— Mark S. Zaid (@MarkSZaidEsq) July 2, 2017
Sean Davis of the Federalist noted that it’s “Interesting that the anti-Trump complainant’s lawyer (not the one who worked for Clinton or Schumer–that’s a different one!) vowed to “get rid” of Trump ahead of his client secretly coordinating with House Democrats to go after Trump.”
Interesting that the anti-Trump complainant's lawyer (not the one who worked for Clinton or Schumer–that's a different one!) vowed to "get rid" of Trump ahead of his client secretly coordinating with House Democrats to go after Trump. https://t.co/uxO4k3Zopx pic.twitter.com/hAIdyERzlO
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) November 6, 2019
Tonight, during his rally in Lousianna, a clearly agitated President Trump pulled out a piece of paper from the inside of his jacket, telling the crowd that someone handed him a piece of paper with information proving the whistleblower’s lawyer, Mark Zaid. Trump held up the photo of Zaid, saying, “Look at this character.”
Trump read a 2017 tweet from Zaid, “A coup has started—and the impeachment will follow.” Trump reminded his supporters, “It’s all a hoax—it’s a scam.”
Trump then asked his supporters, “And you know who helps them?… These people right back here—the media” he said, pointing to the media at the back of the venue.
From the lawyer, a sleazeball, Trump said, reading the next tweet, “I predict @CNN will play a key role in @realDonaldTrump not finishing out his first term.” Trump stopped and asked, “Can you believe this?” He reminded the crowd, “This was done a long time ago.”
“As one falls, two more will take their place,” Trump read from another tweet, saying they were referring to outgoing Trump employees. Trump, who was clearly furious to see how evil these people are, again, admonished the media, saying, “Who, by the way, have been put through hell by the sleaze back there, and by crooked politicians.”
This is fabulous. https://t.co/HyW8CAv0Qk
— Diana West (@diana_west_) November 7, 2019
Wow! You know what’s scary, that the only thing standing between Trump and a coup by the Deep State, the Swamp, the Democrat Party, and the media, is his ability to hold massive rallies with tons of media coverage, and by tweeting the truth from his account.
Dr. Linda Shuler had an interesting response to Mark Zaid’s tweet, calling out his choice of words: “Get rid of him” is an interesting choice of words. I thought that as an attorney you would be trained to know that words mean something. Your bio says you are “non-partisan.” That is a heehaw worth framing. Enjoy your current fame because you’re not getting rid of anyone. #KAG“
“Get rid of him” is an interesting choice of words. I thought that as an attorney you would be trained to know that words mean something.
Your bio says you are “non-partisan.” That is a heehaw worth framing. Enjoy your current fame because you’re not getting rid of anyone.#KAG
— Linda Suhler, PhD (@LindaSuhler) November 7, 2019