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75 Lies, 77 pages of House Impeachment Pages Described in Expose

Jeffrey Lord posts 75 lies of the House of Represenatives Impeachment papers on his website:


(Speaker Nancy Pelosi and) "....The Democrats in the House have sent to the Senate their second impeachment attempt on now-former President Trump.

It prints out to 77 pages. I've read all 77 pages. And what did I find? I found 75 quite deliberate lies or misrepresentations, which means almost one per page. Buckle in and let's go through them.

Lie # 1: The very first sentence reads: "This trial arises from President Donald J. Trump's incitement of insurrection against the Republic he swore to protect."

Fact: President Trump did no such thing. I had a front-row seat at his speech on the White House Ellipse. I listened to every word. (Here is the text if you want to read for yourself. https://www.rev.com/blog/transcripts/donald-trump-speech-save-america-rally-transcript-january-6 ) The President recounted his views of what had happened in different states when it came to running the elections in their state. Then he said this: "I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard."

There was nothing - nothing - said to cause "an incitement of insurrection". That is a lie.

Public Advocate has posted the video and transcript of the January 6 Trump speech and no where does then-President Trump "incite" anybody but asks "peaceful marching". (see link)


MEDIA WILL NEVER REPORT TRUMP WORDS "PEACEFULLY MARCH" IN SPEECH On JANUARY 6

Lie # 2: The charge says: "In a grievous betrayal of his Oath of Office, President Trump incited a violent mob to attack the United States Capitol during the Joint Session, thus impeding Congress's confirmation of Joseph R. Biden, Jr. as the winner of the presidential election."

Fact: As stated above, Trump did no such thing. Saying "I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard" is hardly a "grievous betrayal" of the presidential oath of office. That is a lie.

Go to this link for Jeffrey Lord's 73 other lies.
Hat Tip to Gateway Pundit