Hillary Clinton Splashes Into Impeachment With The Worst Anti-Trump Tweet Imaginable

The former secretary of state tweeted that in case former President Trump is not convicted, “It will be because the jury includes his co-conspirators.”

Hillary Clinton, who has lost two presidential elections, weighed in on former President Donald Trump’s second impeachment trial this week, tweeting that if the Senate does not convict Trump, the only reason for that is because “the jury includes his co-conspirators.”

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“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,” tweeted the former secretary of state on Wednesday morning. “It will be because the jury includes his co-conspirators.”

Her tweet came before the second day of the former president’s impeachment trial. During the trial, Democratic impeachment managers played videos that were never seen before, which present how close rioters came to lawmakers during the deadly Jan. 6 breaking of the Capitol.

Fox News host Chris Wallace followed a similar approach and attacked Trump as well.

During a segment this week, Wallace hailed Democrats’ actions in the Senate impeachment trial and praised their “very good” arguments against Trump.

Wallace described the Democrats’ impeachment manager’s arguments against the former president as “strong” and “emotional”.

He stated:

I thought it was a very powerful opening,” he said. “It had a lot of substance to it. It had a lot of technological slickness to it. The video of the events of January 6. The use of graphics to make the point about what’s in the Constitution. The historical precedent.

I thought what was particularly in a legal, as opposed to the emotional side, in a very strict legal argument. I thought Joe Neguse, the congressman from Colorado, made a particularly strong argument.”

He continued:

“What he did, he took a conservative legal philosophy, originalism, textualism, read the Constitution exactly as it was written, and used that against the president.

I thought his close was very strong. ‘What happened on January 6,’ he said, ‘is the framers’ worst nightmare come to life,’ and that a president can’t enflame insurrection and run away. You are going to hear this over and over again — ‘January exception.’ The idea that a president commits crimes, allegedly, and then leaves office, and somehow he’s thereby off the hook.”

Wallace, satisfied, asked:

“I will say one last thing as someone who’s covered a lot of trials. When you hear one side’s argument it seems like that’s overwhelming — and how could there be any argument on the other side?”

He then finished:

“The defense is going to take two hours now to present the reasons why this trial shouldn’t be held, and I’m sure they will make a lot of good points, too. So let’s just wait and listen.”

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Source: The Savage Diary

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