During the week, the Democratic House managers showed videos and tweets in which they considered it quite clear that the former president created the necessary environment to call for violence, under the false argument that the election was compromised, as well as other messages of provocation before January 6.
They claimed that he asked his followers to go to Washington, incited them to take the Capitol and did nothing to stop the violence that could be seen on television. The fact that he ultimately asked his followers to leave in peace does not make him less guilty for his past actions.
Upon learning that he was acquitted, the former president sent a video message to the legislators of both houses: “It is a sad comment about our time that a political party in the United States has a free pass to denigrate the rule of law, to defame the law enforcement, cheer the crowds and excuse the rioters.
“Transform justice into a tool of political revenge and prosecute, blacklist, cancel and suppress all people and points of view with whom they disagree. I have always been, and always will be, a defender of the empire of the unbreakable law, the heroes of law enforcement, “said Donald.
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