Feb 5 – Senate Votes to Acquit !!!
Democrats only convinced 1 of 250 House and Senate Republicans to vote Guilty.
From the Trump War Room – view Biden’s Quid Pro Joe $1B Ukraine video and all the Trump accomplishments:
Looking back to December – Democrats ignore the evidence as shown below:
This is a recap off the House Investigation and the Democrats Star witness testimony – NOT !
Congressman @RepRatcliffe asks both impeachment witnesses “where is the impeachable offense in that call?”
Silence. No answer.
“Shout it out. Anyone?” probed Ratcliffe during the moment of silence.
Moments earlier, Rep. Ratcliffe affirmed that President Zelensky “stood in front of the world press and repeatedly, consistently, over and over again, in interview after interview, said he had no knowledge of military aid being withheld.”
“Meaning no quid pro quo, no pressure, no demands, no threats, no blackmail,” added Ratcliffe. “Ambassador Taylor, do you have any evidence to assert that President Zelensky was lying to the world press when he said those things? Yes or no?”
“Mr. Ratcliffe,” said Taylor. “If I can respond…”
“My time is short,” reacted Ratcliffe. “Yes or no?”
“I have no reason to doubt what the president said,” said Taylor.
Impeachment Day 6 – The President’s Defense Begins
White House Counsel Pat Cipollone Begins Opening Arguments
The president’s defense team begins opening arguments. White House Counsel Pat Cipollone concludes his opening remarks saying, “…we will show you a lot of evidence that they should have showed you and we will finish efficiently and quickly so that we can go have an election.”
Democrats tried to bring Russia into the Trial
President’s Personal Attorney Jay Sekulow on Mueller Report
President Trump’s personal attorney Jay Sekulow begins his opening argument on the details surrounding the Mueller Report. He says several members of the House impeachment managers are trying to litigate the Mueller case in their arguments during the impeachment trial. Mr. Sekulow says, “First of all, let me be clear, disagreeing with the president’s decision on foreign policy matters, or whose advice he’s going to take, is in no way an impeachable offense.”