WASHINGTON, DC – The Speaker of the House of the United States Congress is in denial and experience a full-blown meltdown in the wake of the acquittal of President Donald J. Trump. Despite her legal team’s best effort to sway the U.S. Senate with emotion and passion to convict the President of inciting an insurrection, they fell short on facts, jurisdiction and due process, three key components required in obtaining a conviction in the United States.
“I salute the Republican Senators who voted their conscience and for our Country. Other Senate Republicans’ refusal to hold Trump accountable will go down as one of the darkest days and most dishonorable acts in our nation’s history,” Pelosi tweeted after the U.S. Senate voted to acquit the President.
Nancy Pelosi in full meltdown mode.
— Joel Fischer (@JFNYC3) February 14, 2021
Tragically, Senate Republicans who voted not to convict chose to abandon the Constitution, the Country and the American people with this vote. Thank God for the judges and Republican elected officials across the country who pushed back against Donald Trump’s attempted overturning of our election which fueled the insurrection,” Pelosi said.
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