With one week left in office, the Democrat majority "party of decency and unity" impeached President Trump, charging him with “inciting” the January 6, 2021 riot upon Capitol Hill.
Just when you thought the country could not be further divided, here we are. Democrat Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi named Eric Swalwell -- the shockingly still-employed House Intelligence Committee member who was infiltrated by, and likely slept with, Chinese spy, Fang Fang - one of eight impeachment managers who led the second House impeachment of President Donald J. Trump within a year. The crime of incitement made the basis of this impeachment has a legal requirement of felonious intent that would likely not be met -- even remotely -- by Trump’s words and actions before, during, or after the Capitol Hill riot if his words and actions were adjudicated in a court of law rather than a partisan Democrat kangaroo court. In fact, President Trump called for “peaceful and patriotic” protests on January 6th before the deadly riot broke out. Certainly Trump's repeated claims during his January 6th rally about the election being stolen -- claims that he was unable to prove in court -- could be construed as inflammatory to an already testy group protesting the Electoral College certification. However, Trump would not be the only politician guilty of inflammatory rhetoric during times of violent crisis during this past year.
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Nancy Pelosi — who in August promulgated a baseless conspiracy theory suggesting that Trump and the GOP would interfere with United States Postal Service funding before the 2020 election where Joe Biden would eventually be elected president through overwhelming mail-in ballot support — accused the President and the GOP Congress of being “domestic enemies of the voting system” and “enemies of the state.”
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While Pelosi was maligning the GOP as “enemies," cities across the United States were still in turmoil at the hands of violent terrorist foot soldiers supplied by radical left-wing groups like Antifa and Black Lives Matter. Just one month prior, entire city neighborhoods were occupied and assigned titles not dissimilar to levels in a Sonic The Hedgehog game - such as CHAZ, a/k/a the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone in Seattle — akin to a bleak industrial zone where one gets bored and invariably never plays a Sonic game again. While hailed by left-wing leaders such as Seattle Mayor, Jenny Durkan, as a peaceful and patriotic utopia, power within CHAZ -- a five block area of Seattle violently overtaken by left-wing anarchists -- was quickly consolidated by a reverse BIPOC hierarchy led by armed and armored mixtape artist, Raz Simone before CHAZ residents quickly began running low on rations looted from derelict buildings and businesses and two young Black teenagers were shot and killed by armed CHAZ thugs.
CHAZ (Finster) - the look of newfound enlightenment from reading Dr. Lipschitz
In CHAZ as well as other cities across the country, police stations were overwhelmed and occupied by rioters, ambushed assassinations were attempted upon law enforcement officials, state and federal buildings were the ongoing targets of arson and vandalism, a retired police lieutenant was murdered by rioters in cold blood, draconian city curfews were enforced upon a public paralyzed by the threat of left-wing violence, and left-wing politicians like Nancy Pelosi remained silent while law enforcement officials in several instances were instructed to stand down while rioters and looters wreaked havoc upon municipalities having the misfortune of being under Democrat governance.
In fact, at the height of this mayhem, Marxist revolutionary group, Black Lives Matter minimized the violence and further made demands to #DefundThePolice by peddling a false narrative about Floyd's death:
“George Floyd’s violent death was a breaking point — an all too familiar reminder that, for Black people, law enforcement doesn’t protect or save our lives. They often threaten and take them. Right now, Minneapolis and cities across our country are on fire, and our people are hurting — the violence against Black bodies felt in the ongoing mass disobedience, all while we grapple with a pandemic that is disproportionately affecting, infecting, and killing us.”
While tacitly condoning violence, certainly failing to condemn violence, and calling for the dismantling of law enforcement, woke celebrities and corporations painted their social media profiles with black squares while pledging millions of dollars to BLM and other organizations that support BLM. Companies like Vaseline paid for vapid national television advertisements apparently necessary to inform the public of petroleum jelly's commitment to "equitable skincare." Woke American corporations were effectively paying for a Marxist mercenary uprising that would, in turn, burn down American small businesses competition and assault and murder people in the streets during the height of an economy-crippling global pandemic. More black and brown lives were lost in violence associated with the BLM riots than unarmed black lives taken by police in all of 2020.
Antifa, the far-left group that is currently rioting bookstores in Portland to stymie the sale of Andy Ngo’s book exposing the group’s fascist and terrorist proclivities, and that worked in tandem with BLM agitators to strike terror at the heart of American cities throughout the second half of 2020 and into 2021, was flippantly and falsely dismissed as “an idea” by President-elect Joe Biden during the 2020 presidential debates. New York House Rep. Jerrold Nadler dismissed violence in Portland, Oregon that is still being undertaken by BLM and Antifa agitators to this day as “a myth.”
Kamala Harris over the summer urged the public and her staff to contribute to the Minnesota Freedom Fund — an organization that paid cash bail for Minnesota rioters. Beneficiaries of the fund promoted by VP-elect Harris included Jaleel Stallings who fired an AK-47 Draco pistol at police officers and was awarded $75,000 bail by the fund, and Lionel Timms, who, after he was bailed out the first time by the fund when assaulting a victim in July, fractured the skull of a second victim in August, inflicting a life-threatening traumatic brain injury.
Newly elected Missouri Congresswoman and one of BLM's original community organizers, Cori Bush, who today repeatedly maligned President Trump as a “white supremacist” who allegedly led a “white supremacist” riot — you know, the same Republican president who approved unprecedented funding to HBCUs, who attracted the highest percentage of minority voters than any GOP candidate in nearly sixty years, and who championed and achieved record-low unemployment rates for black Americans — was the St. Louis BLM organizer who led rioters over the summer to destroy a gate and invade the private property of Missouri lawyers, Mark and Patricia McCloskey. While Bush was not prosecuted for inciting the mob that she organized by shouting through a megaphone and which damaged private property, the McCloskeys were charged with felonies for standing on their own property and allegedly waiving licensed firearms at the mob.
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Mainstream media championed this left-wing violence. Chris Cuomo, a purported lawyer and CNN anchor said on air during the riots,
“Please, show me where it says protestors are supposed to be polite and peaceful?”
Apparently he's never read the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. Chris Cuomo and fellow CNN anchor Don Lemon doubled down on this position just last night claiming that the Floyd riots over the summer were “based on facts” — those facts presumably being that George Floyd's death was the product of “systemic racism” — as opposed to the Capitol Hill riot of January 6, 2021. Therefore, if one’s left-wing violence is based upon what Don Lemon and Chris Cuomo opine are "facts," one’s anti-Democratic violence is perfectly acceptable.
Congresswoman and Squad member Ayana Pressley winked an eye at violence over the summer when she remarked about the ongoing riots and the false claim that Trump and the GOP were attempting to dismantle the USPS prior to the election:
“This is as much about public outcry and organizing and mobilizing and applying pressure so that this GOP-led Senate and these governors that continue to carry water for this administration, putting the American people in harm’s way, turning an ear to the needs of our families and our communities — hold them accountable…You know, there needs to be unrest in the streets for as long as there’s unrest in our lives.”
If you've been keeping notes, the very same leftist politicians and media who have been fomenting mass violence for seven months and peddling unproven conspiracy theories about racially motivated police brutality and GOP-inflicted election malfeasance impeached the sitting President of the United States for allegedly fomenting one day of violence by peddling an unproven conspiracy theory about election malfeasance. Fair? Got it? Good. Seriously though, House Republicans should draft articles of impeachment for every one of these Democrat politicians who "incited" violence over the summer using the Democrats' own loose standards for "incitement." Possible targets of impeachment could include Nancy Pelosi, who cast the entire GOP as "enemies of the state," Kamala Harris, who promoted and funded the bailing out of rioters, Cori Bush, who actually incited and participated in a violent riot, and Ayanna Pressley, who openly called for unrest while violent unrest was taking place. But GOP members of the House won't do this, because the GOP is largely a party of weak-kneed milquetoast cowards.