The impeachment sham is finally over.
The Dems went down in a ball of flames much bigger and hotter than any of us had dreamed possible.
Journalist Mike Cernovich put it best:
“Trump got the best of this dumbpeachment by far. He came out the winner. That’s why Democrats called it quits and McConnell is ranting. They all know it. Trump won.”
Trump got the best of this dumbpeachment by far. He came out the winner. That’s why Democrats called it quits and McConnell is ranting. They all know it. Trump won.
— Mike Cernovich (@Cernovich) February 13, 2021
President Trump’s legal team came out of the gate a little bit shaky and had a few people nervous, but in the end, they put on a spectacular defense and not only got President Trump acquitted in record time, but they made absolute fools of the Dems in the process.
It was spectacular to see.
Team Trump used the Dems own words against them with a series of video montages, showing what violent, hateful, and divisive hypocrites they truly are.
It was very powerful stuff.
And now, President Trump is free to run again in 2024 should he decide to do that…and he just might, after the statement he released.
But it was what Richard Greneell said – just four little words that have struck the fear of God into the Dems and the GOP establishment led by traitor Mitch McConnell.
Here’s what Richard said:
“Turn on the escalator!”
Turn on the escalator!
— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) February 13, 2021
That’s right…the escalator can roll once more if President Trump decides to take a ride down.
Needless to say, the DC establishment is shaking in their boots right now. There is nothing they fear more than President Trump, and with good reason, he is loved by many and has an army of 75+ million standing behind him.
It will be exciting to see what happens next. One thing we know for sure is that President Trump will be making his “comeback” soon and I can’t wait to see what he has to say.
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