We are officially in Joe Biden’s America. He was sworn in earlier today. Which means politics goes back to business as usual. Meaning, Washington D.C. will look out for their own first and foremost. Just like it was before Donald Trump was sworn in.
When Trump got into office, he was such an outsider that he kind of shocked the world when he actually got elected. Hillary Clinton tried to steal multiple states back in the 2016 election. In 2020, they upped their game and guaranteed a Biden victory despite an overwhelming turnout for President Trump.
Many establishment figures in the Republican party were and always will be “Never-Trumper’s.” That will never change. I’m talking about GOP members like Mitt Romney, Liz Chaney, Mitch McConnell and all the other GOP members that voted to impeach President Trump for a second time.
After striking some sort of “dual-power” deal with the new Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, Mitch McConnell says he never wants to speak with Trump again, according to a New York Times article.
On impeachment, the Republican leader appeared to be striking a far different posture than he did a year ago, when the Senate first sat in judgment of Mr. Trump. Then, Mr. McConnell acted at the White House’s behest to set trial rules that would favor acquittal. Now, he has told allies he hopes never to speak to Mr. Trump again and is doing nothing to persuade senators to back him, instead calling the impeachment vote a matter of conscience.
McConnell has never been a true Republican. He has a 34% Conservative rating according to VoteSmart.org. After losing the two solid Red Senate seats in Georgia to extreme socialists, it is time for Mitch McConnell to step down as the Senate GOP leader.
Edward Snowden – another whistleblower who many hoped President Trump would pardon – Tweeted out that Trump was bullied into not pardoning Assange when GOP leader McConnell allegedly told him if he pardons Snowden you’re more likely to get convicted in the Senate after leaving office.
“Reports that Trump has let himself be bullied out of pardoning Assange, mistakenly believing Senate Republicans won’t vote to impeach him if he caves,” Snowden wrote on Twitter.
“Once he’s out of power, they’re going to vote to impeach him anyway. Which, well——that’s one way to be remembered. #Politics.“
I, personally, have not found evidence that clearly gives the Senate the Constitutional authority to move forward with an impeachment conviction in the Senate. But, honestly, it really doesn’t matter much. These corrupt politicians just make up the rules as they go along.
President Trump will be tried and convicted in the US Senate in the coming weeks. Thus, preventing him from being able to run in 2024. The Senate now has the votes with the two new Georgia senate seats, not to mention all of the traitors on the Republican side. Keep in mind, once convicted by the Senate not being able to run again in 2024 is the least of it. He will also be stripped of his security service detail as well… We all know the left is the side of violence. God bless President Trump and his entire family.