Hillary Clinton Reaches Out To Comment On Trump’s Impeachment

Former Presidential Candidate Hillary Clinton stepped up to comment on the 2nd Trump impeachment saga. According to Clinton Trump will be acquitted but only because the Senate is also guilty of inciting insurrection. More on Clintons comments from PJ Media:

Her majesty Hillary Clinton, perhaps still bitter about some election or something, is working overtime to demonize the entire Republican Party. This week, she claimed that if the Senate fails to convict and remove former President Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial, it will only be because Senate Republicans are also guilty of the crime of “incitement of insurrection.”

“If Senate Republicans fail to convict Donald Trump, it won’t be because the facts were with him or his lawyers mounted a competent defense. It will be because the jury includes his co-conspirators,” Clinton tweeted. More than 63,000 Twitter accounts “retweeted” her message.

In case Clinton’s meaning was not clear, the former secretary of state went on to share an article about Republicans’ election integrity efforts. “The insurrection isn’t over,” she warned.

Then she called on senators to “fulfill your oath. Convict him. Disqualify him from using the power of elected office to incite deadly insurrection again.”

Democrats are seeking to impeach former President Donald Trump over his perceived role in the January 6th Capitol riots. The evidence points to Trump having not incited any violence and there is little evidence to suggest that what happened at the Capitol was an act of insurrection. Hillary Clinton remains an active voice in politics and someone who has wide reaching influence at the DNC despite her failed presidential campaign in 2016 and low popularity among many independent voters.


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