The most acquitted President in history, President Donald Trump beat baseless and spurious allegations against him during a 2nd senate impeachment trial, yesterday. This is despite Never Trumpers like Toxic Turtle Mitch McConnel projecting their own crimes onto the president. Now, McConnell–who was instrumental in causing the unrest in Washington DC on January 6 with Nancy Pelosi, wants to legally go after him again.
Mitch McConnel has been a shifty double-talking Never Trumper since the beginning of President Trump’s term in office, working against him behind the scenes at every turn. In January, he worked against the constitution and Donald Trump to block Trump’s ability to challenge a bad electoral college vote. He did this after passing a pork-filled disaster of a stimulus bill that lined the pockets of K-Street, Wall Street, and billionaires while offering almost nothing to normal people–despite Trump’s objections.
It has now been verified, proven, and legally certified that the unrest at the Nation’s Capitol on January 6th 2021 was not the result of President Donald Trump. In fact, Trump fought very hard to prevent the unrest, offering to send 10,000 troops to the city in order to provide security. Instead, there was intentionally almost no security (or bathrooms, water, or food thanks to the leftist DC mayor). In fact police officers were caught on numerous videos circulating the web escorting citizens into the Capitol building by the hundreds and even showing them around the building.
So, Trump’s offer to help with troops was denied by all the leaders in charge of Washington, D.C. Mitch McConnel and Nancy Pelosi are in charge of the Capitol Police, who denied requested help by the Capitol Police chief numerous times ahead of January 6th. This is on top of the 10,000 troop offering from President Trump that was denied, which we mentioned earlier.
Now, the show must go on.
Following the 2nd impeachment acquittal of Donald Trump for which Mitch McConnel voted, double-talking Mitch McConnel suggests Trump should be “criminally” prosecuted, rather than impeached. Despite voting to acquit Trump of involvement, McConnel said “There is no question that President Trump is practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of that day.”
“‘They did this because they’d been fed wild falsehoods by the most powerful man on earth because he was angry he lost an election,’ McConnell said, putting full responsibility for the Capitol attack on Trump. ‘Former President Trump’s actions preceding the riot were a disgraceful dereliction of duty.’
He said the Senate voted correctly by deciding not to convict Trump, claiming it would be a gross ‘power grab’ that the Constitution does not grant the legislative body.
McConnell slammed Trump for using the more than 74 million Americans who voted for him as a shield to excuse all of his behavior.
‘In recent weeks, our ex-president’s associates have tried to use the 74 million Americans who voted to reelect him as a kind of human shield against criticism,’ McConnell claimed. ‘Anyone who decries his awful behavior is accused of insulting his millions of voters.
He added: ‘That’s an absurd deflection – 74 million Americans did not invade the Capitol.'”
But Mitch also had this to say:
“If President Trump were still in office, I would have carefully considered whether the House managers proved their specific charge. By the strict criminal standard, the President’s speech probably was not incitement.”
Well, there you have it. Mitch doesn’t believe Trump is guilty.
…But, then Mitch also says this:
“Impeachment, conviction, and removal are a specific intra-governmental safety valve. It is not the criminal justice system, where individual accountability is the paramount goal.
Indeed, Justice Story specifically reminded that while former officials were not eligible for impeachment or conviction, they were ‘still liable to be tried and punished in the ordinary tribunals of justice.’ We have a criminal justice system in this country. We have civil litigation. And former Presidents are not immune from being held accountable by either one.”
So there you have it: McConnel believes that Trump is guilty, but is also not guilty. And, he should not be impeached because it isn’t the appropriate venue and he is not technically guilty of the crime, but he should also be tried in another venue because he is guilty.
Does your head hurt?
McConnel wants to drag Trump further through the mud indefinitely in order to distract the world from the coming American collapse that will be brought about by duplicitous double-talkers like Mitch McConnel.
Take note: this is two-faced villain, Mitch McConnel in top form.
And he remains the leader and face of the Republican Party.
Are you going to vote for his party if another choice is presented to you?