Cementing the Narrative
Nancy Pelosi is calling for impeachment based on inciting resurrection , though she never specifically refers to where in the President's speech there is such a call for violence. When you look at the text of the speech you can clearly see the President is simply calling for a peaceful protest in his own way. He speaks of walking up to the Capitol and cheering for those who served the people. I defy anyone to show where he incited violence:
Then there is the other sordid issue which we not only see on the far left media outlets but right here on NT as well. That is the attempt to pretend the extremist groups who infiltrated that crowd on Wednesday, somehow represented that huge group or worse - that they represent the 74 Million voters who voted for the Trump agenda. The facts will surely come out and we will soon see that a few radical groups infiltrated a peaceful rally and took the opportunity to engage in violence.
Pelosi and the democrats are also using the tragedy to see to it that Donald Trump is never a candidate again. She knows that she will have to work quickly now after framing this as the President inciting violence - before more facts come out or people have a chance to sort it all out - cementing the narrative. So again we shall have an impeachment based on tortured logic and written up with incredible speed. However, once the lone article of impeachment is written up it will not be handed over to the Senate right away. You see, once the Senate is handed articles (or in this case a single article) of impeachment it must immediately act. That, of course, would diminish and/or delay the proxy-in-chief's appointments as well as holding up the huge agenda the left has waiting for us. Therefore Pelosi rushed through an impeachment which will be held back from the Senate until well after Donald Trump in retired in Mar-A-Lago.
I am convinced that there is one unintended consequence of all of this. She may eliminate Donald Trump from ever being a candidate for the Presidency in 2024 or ever again, but she marks him as another martyr for the movement that will not go away.
In that regard, I wish her well.