Conservatives Anticipate Trump’s Social Media Return

By Nihal Krishan January 29th, 2021 | Image Source: Vanity Fair

Trump allies foresee a split between the former president and the GOP in their choice of social media, a fracture of the online Right that could make it more difficult to organize to regain majorities.

After being banned by almost all major social media platforms, including Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, after the violent Capitol riot on Jan. 6, Trump has mused about jumping to a new platform or building one of his own. Despite Trump’s ban, most conservatives and Republicans are likely to remain on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms.

Neil Chilson, acting chief technologist at the Federal Trade Commission for a year during the Trump administration, said the split is “an accurate snapshot of the current Republican Party, of people not paying as much attention to Trump anymore.”

READ MORE HERE: Conservatives Anticipate Trump’s Social Media Return – The Bearded Patriot

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Democrat Case Against Trump Loses All Legitimacy

by The Bearded Patriot

Anyone with half a brain will admit that blaming Trump for the events of January 6 is a stretch, at best. President Trump was simply challenging the results of an election—an election that was flawed at best and manipulated at worst. Even the speech he gave on that day has been analyzed and “incitement to riot” is not something people are getting from it.

This is the main reason Democrats rushed their impeachment vote. They wanted to capitalize on the emotion of the moment to railroad Trump. They didn’t bother to lead an investigation and gather credible evidence. In fact, the more we look at the events of that day, the more we see a coordinated effort—by people other than regular Trump supporters—that goes beyond his rally.

The one thing we can know for sure is that, Trump was the last person to be involved in the riot.

We can go over reports and other details that have come out since then. We can talk about how leftist organizers were seen participate in the chaos—and have been since arrested. We can pick apart the legal requirements to prove incitement, which on their own clear Trump. But one thing that really stands out is the fact that people were planning something months before—making it impossible for Trump to be responsible.

READ MORE HERE: Democrat Case Against Trump Loses All Legitimacy – The Bearded Patriot

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Pelosi’s ‘incitement’ claim against Trump faltering

Undermined by DOJ case alleging plot to storm Capitol began in November

Bob UnruhBy Bob Unruh
Published January 29, 2021 at 3:47pm

Protesters confront riot police at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2020. (Video screenshot)

Legal analysts have called what the U.S. House did to President Trump earlier this month a “snap impeachment.”

The article of impeachment submitted by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., accuses him of inciting insurrection at the U.S. Capitol in Jan. 6 through his rally speech. The president’s defenders argue the Capitol had been breached even before Trump finished his speech one mile away, and he never called for violence, urging supporters instead to make their voices heard “peacefully.”

And now further evidence has emerged that the Capitol riot was planned long in advance of Jan. 6.

The Justice Department has charged three people who are believed to have been communicating with each other as early as November.

READ MORE HERE: Pelosi’s ‘incitement’ claim against Trump faltering (wnd.com)

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You can smell the establishment’s fear of Trump

Pat Buchanan on latest impeachment and trial: ‘Welcome to Zimbabwe’

Patrick J. BuchananBy Patrick J. Buchanan
Published January 28, 2021 at 7:52pm

As soon as the Senate received the lone article of impeachment accusing President Donald Trump of “incitement of insurrection” in the Jan. 6 mob assault on the Capitol, Rand Paul rose to object.

The Senate, he said, has no right to try a private citizen, which Trump now is. Thus, what we are about to do is flatly unconstitutional.

Forty-five of 50 Republican members agreed with Paul’s motion.

“This vote indicates it’s over. The trial is all over,” said Paul. “If you voted that (the Senate trial is) … unconstitutional, how in the world would you ever vote to convict somebody for this?”

Consistency says you would not.

READ MORE HERE: You can smell the establishment’s fear of Trump (wnd.com)

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Just 10 years ago, Pelosi celebrated a mob invading a state Capitol

Joe Saunders, The Western JournalBy Joe Saunders, The Western Journal
Published January 25, 2021 at 5:18pm

What a difference a decade makes.

As House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pursues a politically driven impeachment of former President Donald Trump for his alleged role in the Jan. 6 incursion in the Capitol, a look back to the not-too-distant past shows Democrats haven’t always taken such a hard line against violent protesters in the halls of government.

And Pelosi herself is on record casting herself in “solidarity” with exactly the kind of behavior she now accuses Trump of inciting.

Even by Pelosi standards, the hypocrisy is breathtaking.

As Fox News reported on Monday, Twitter posts unearthed from 10 years ago show the Democratic House leader positively enthusiastic about a mob of trade unionists, teachers and assorted rabble who crowded the halls of Wisconsin’s state Capitol in Madison in 2011 to protest moves by then-Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker to bring conservative values to the Badger State’s government.

READ MORE HERE: Just 10 years ago, Pelosi celebrated a mob invading a state Capitol (wnd.com)

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Poll shows Americans believe Biden is further dividing nation

Skeptical he can ‘unify’ fractured populace around far-left agenda

Bob UnruhBy Bob Unruh
Published January 28, 2021 at 7:56pm

Joe Biden in Los Angeles on Super Tuesday, March 3, 2020 (video screenshot)

Joe Biden repeatedly during his campaign and after his election promise to “unify” the nation and work as hard for those who voted against him as those who voted for him.

But that’s “more fig leaf than honest invitation,” contends New York Post columnist Michael Goodwin.

“We should ignore the unity talk because everything he had done leans far left,” the columnist wrote.

“Knitting together a fractured America around a far-left agenda was never going to work. And Biden knows it.”

TRENDING: Just 10 years ago, Pelosi celebrated a mob invading a state Capitol

READ MORE HERE : Poll shows Americans believe Biden is further dividing nation (wnd.com)

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BREAKING: Details Emerge From President Trump’s Private Meeting With Kevin McCarthy

Earlier today, President Trump met in Florida with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy and now they have issued a brand new joint statement summarizing the meeting.

In short, it sounds like Trump is going to stay right in the thick of things. The statement said Trump is committed to helping Republicans win back the House in 2022. There is also a mention about how popular Trump still is (could this mean he’s considering another run at the Presidency? Time will tell)

“The meeting between President Donald J. Trump and House Republican Leader Kevin McCarthy at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida, was a very good and cordial one,” the summary reads.

“They discussed many topics, number one of which was taking back the House in 2022. President Trump’s popularity has never been stronger than it is today, and his endorsement means more than perhaps any endorsement at any time,” it continues.

READ MORE HERE: BREAKING: Details Emerge From President Trump’s Private Meeting With Kevin McCarthy (trendingpolitics.com)

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