Democrats Altered Impeachment Video To Leave Out Trump’s Call to March ‘Peacefully and Patriotically’ [VIDEO]
For all the bullschtein the Left has handed out like tech tyrants of social media punishing conservatives for posting inconvenient truths as “misleading information,” “disinformation,” or “conspiracy theories” the Democrat House impeachment managers are proving once again that there is a double standard when it comes to conservatives.
On Tuesday, the Democrat impeachment managers were called on the carpet for showing a video montage of the events of January 6 that just goes to show that they have turned the entire impeachment process into a mockery.
The Democrats played a 13-minute long video of clips from Donald Trump’s speech where the former president told his supporters to “fight like hell,” something all the prominent Democrats have said whenever they’re pushing an issue. Anyone with a three-digit IQ knows Trump was not telling his supporters to literally start punching people, but that’s the message the House managers wanted to convey because they left out the most important part of Trump’s speech, the part where he said he wanted his supporters to go march “peacefully and patriotically” to the Capitol to let their voices be heard.
It’s not as if the Democrats don’t know that millions upon millions of Americans have argued the Trump said peacefully and patriotically. They know that. Of course, they know it, but they kept that part out because they are scumbag liars. Those two words “peacefully” and “patriotically” are what make the whole trial a sham. The former president did not do what the Democrats are accusing him of having done, and they intentionally left that exculpatory evidence out because they intended to convince Republican senators that Trump incited the violence and an insurrection, of which he clearly did not. The real evidence, not some cleverly edited video, shows.
Not long after the edited video was played and was spread around the Internet, Right Side Broadcasting Network (RSBN), a media group that simply broadcast Trump rallies without a leftist filter, posted to social media a video to show how the Democrats gaslighted the senators by removing exculpatory parts of their montage.
Convenient that they left this out of the opening video montage at the sham impeachment trial.
“Patriotically and peacefully…”pic.twitter.com/rUoblpZXwS
— RSBN (@RSBNetwork) February 9, 2021
“If they’re going to start playing the video of what the president said, how do you cut it out at the point where the president’s telling his supporters to do so peacefully and patriotically?” asked Zeldin.
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) February 10, 2021
Even the left-of-Lenin Newsweek published a fact-check on the accusations that the video was edited to remove Trump’s words calling for a peaceful and patriotic march, and said the claim was true.
“According to a transcript of the speech and footage of it in its entirety, Trump did make the statement on January 6,” the fact-check stated. “The video played at Trump’s trial Tuesday showed the violence that occurred at the Capitol but does not include that part of his speech.” Of course not, and that was intentional.
“The montage presented by lead impeachment manager Representative Jamie Raskin (D-MD) shows the tens of thousands of Trump supporters at the Ellipse as he echoed unsubstantiated claims of a stolen election. It then cuts to rioters marching to and storming the Capitol before the conclusion of the speech, then returns to a later portion of Trump’s remarks,” it added.
The whole thing shows the Democrats have no problem gaslighting Americans with lies and lies of omission. That attempt at propaganda should bring the six RINO losers back to the aisle of reality and vote not to convict. The edited video proves the impeachment is a sham.
Though we know absolutely nothing will happen because of it, former representative Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) tweeted out a message that people should refer to page 34 of the House Rules positing that the manipulated video broke House rules. He provided a link.
“The Committee on Ethics is directed to report to the House, not later than December 31, 2021, any recommended amendments to the Code of Official Conduct, as well as any accompanying regulations, intended to address the circumstances and instances, if any, for which a Member, Delegate, Resident Commissioner, officer, or employee of the House may be subject to discipline for the dissemination by electronic means, including by social media, of any image, video, or audio file that has been distorted or manipulated with the intent to mislead the public.” [emphasis added]
Go to page 34 of House Rules. Did the manipulated video violate the House Rules?https://t.co/v7eyPYVUNo
— Jason Chaffetz (@jasoninthehouse) February 9, 2021