Chuck Schumer continues babbling about Trump after former President was acquitted by his own Senate

New York Senator Chuck Schumer is in denial.  The U.S. Senate has voted to acquit former U.S. President Donald J. Trump, but Chuck is not giving up.  Schumer feels the impeachment was stolen from him and is not accept the final outcome as decided by the U.S. Senate.

“My fellow Americans—If this nation is going to long endure, we, as a people, cannot condone Trump’s conduct. If lying about elections is acceptable, if encouraging political violence becomes the norm, it will be open season for whoever has the biggest clubs, most powerful guns,” Schumer said after the President was acquitted by the Senate of all of those things.

Schumer and millions of Trump-hating Democrats remain shocked, stunned, and are in ever declining state of Post Traumatic Trump Syndrome.

“The panic and gunshots, hateful and racist Confederate Flag in the Capitol, screams of a bloodied officer, Capitol Police Officers who lost their lives, how close democracy came to ruin Let it live in infamy—rump’s final terrible legacy,” Schumer rattled off on Twitter with his hands shaking.

“5 years ago—Republican Senators warned what would become of their party if Trump became their nominee. 5 years later—Trump tried to overturn the results of an election and provoked an assault on our government. And well over half of Senate Republicans decided to condone it,” he continued babbling on social media.

Yet after his own Senate acquitted Trump on the charges before him, Schumer continued to deny the vote that failed to convict the President during the impeachment.

“Donald Trump inspired, directed, and propelled a mob to violently prevent the peaceful transfer of power, subvert the will of the people, and illegally keep him in power. There is nothing more un-American than that. There is nothing more antithetical to our democracy,” Schumer rambled.

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