Trump Protected the Rioters

Trump let officers in riot gear protect his Bible waving at St. John’s Church, but as a commander in chief he refused to protect the Capitol, the constitution, the Vice President and the Congress.

The GOP will acquit Trump, the man who turned the GOP into an organization which depends on the sympathy of domestic terrorists.

“As he watched the insurrection unfold on television, WITH SOME DELIGHT according to witnesses, TRUMP MADE NO IMMEDIATE DEMAND that rioters leave the Capitol.

He failed to heed the pleas of Republicans in Congress.”#ClearAndPresentDanger #TrumpIsGuilty

— Nick Knudsen 🇺🇸 (@NickKnudsenUS) February 10, 2021

“I don’t think that the every day American understands what actually happened here.”

pooptrooper @ reddit:

I don’t think that the every day American understands what actually happened here. I don’t think they’ve tried to put themselves in AOC’s shoes. Can you imagine knowing that there have been plans and threats to storm your place of work for months, all the while your employer not only actively works against protecting you, but also invites the behavior? Just down the road, you have components to the most powerful military in the world, and they were ordered to standby and do nothing.

How can anybody trust in that process in a meaningful way ever again? The only way is to have harsh and real consequences. The reality is none of these consequences have really been given yet… Sure we have seen charges and indictments, but it will be really telling to see how this actually plays out in court, and who receives prison sentences commiserate with the crimes. Examples need to be made of every participant, and even more so of every person who took a leadership or influential role in allowing this to happen, whether that be incitement, funding, encouragement, the whole 9 yards. We need accountability.

Presidential Violence Threat

Trump to Breitbart on how the left plays tough: "I have the support of the police, the support of the military, the support of the Bikers for Trump — I have the tough people, but they don’t play it tough — until they go to a certain point and then it would be very bad, very bad."

— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) March 14, 2019

For those asking for more context: Breitbart says the quote came as Trump was arguing that the left plays politics in a more "vicious" manner than his side, even though "the tough people" are on his side. Here's the link.

— Daniel Dale (@ddale8) March 14, 2019

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