President Donald Trump was just completely vindicated and the media is furious. Democrats thought they had Trump cornered, but he is about to win.
“Are you actually going to impeach a president for speech that the Supreme Court would likely find protected under the First Amendment?” asked George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley.
Appearing on ‘Fox & Friends,’ he noted that Trump’s speech at a rally last week “does not give a clear basis for the charges of insurrection or incitement.” The actual truth is quite the opposite of Democrats’ charge, in fact.
Turley continued: “The president talks about his followers marching on Congress peacefully… He does not call for riots. He does not call for violence.” But this has somehow gotten lost in the mad shuffle to play the blame game.
Democrats and the media were waiting for something to happen that they could pin on Trump. After a group of supporters broke off from the otherwise peaceful protesters and stormed the Capitol, this was the opportunity liberals wanted.
What transpired at the Capitol should be condemned in the absolute strongest of terms, however, there is no proof that Trump incited the event; he explicitly called for people to “peacefully” protest.
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