The Democrats have introduced a second-time impeachment resolution charging Donald Trump with “incitement of insurrection” relating to the storming of the Capitol on Jan 6, according to a CNN report today.
What the Dems are doing now – i.e. continuing their relentless persecution of the man – will simply give the outgoing president an extended lease on his political life.
Don’t forget that Trump garnered the most election votes ever for a sitting president defending his incumbency.
Trump’s base won’t go away just because Joe Biden is inaugurated.
BELOW: ‘Frontline’ — a PBS documentary titled ‘From Jesus to Christ: The First Christians
Be careful what you wish for
They’re charging Trump with “insurrection”.
Guess which history-changing individual too had been convicted of the crime of insurrection against the empire?
Answer: Jesus Christ
Historically, it is believed that Jesus “was executed by the Roman authorities on some charge of political insurrection”.
In antiquity, crucifixion was “a Roman form of execution and it was a public execution on a political charge”.
See related explanation on Jesus’ ‘Arrest and Execution’ by a professor of Classics, L. Michael White (Director of the Religious Studies Program University of Texas) published in the PBS Frontline series website.
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This insurrection is the 2nd one in American history.
The 1st insurrection were answered
This 2nd insurrection will also be answered
January 6 will be up there with 911 in todays American psych
We drove the Brits away and bomb Afghanistan in reaction to events like these
Today domestic terrorism and their leaders will be drove away similarly
Representative John Katko of New York became the first House Republican to commit to voting to impeach. “To allow the president of the United States to incite this attack without consequence is a direct threat to the future of our democracy,” Mr. Katko said in a statement to Syracuse.com. “For that reason, I cannot sit by without taking action. I will vote to impeach this president.”
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R., Calif.) has said he is personally opposed to impeachment, he and other party leaders have decided not to formally lobby Republicans to vote “no,” Also . .. “In a tense, 30-minute-plus phone call . . . with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, Trump trotted out the Antifa line,” Axios’s Jonathan Swan reported. “McCarthy would have none of it, telling the president: ‘It’s not Antifa, it’s MAGA. I know. I was there,’ according to a White House official and another source familiar with the call.”
And . . . McConnell is said to be pleased about impeachment, believing it will be easier to purge Trump from the G.O.P.
Trump’s legacy is the problem of ‘domestic terrorists’ becoming a constant threat in the USA. The government is not going to stand idly by and will definitely provide more resources to counter this threat.
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