Trump: Incites Seditious Acts to Overturn a Presidential Election


Capitol Building Attacked by Frenzied and Misguided Trump Supporters

Health Editor’s Note: Unfortunately there is always a first.  Not only did we have a hate-filled mob try to overturn a presidential election, we had the losing president incite the mob and give one of the most public sedition speeches of all time.  Trump is no Henry the V, but he did give a speech which began the violent attack on the Capitol Building. What could he have been thinking?…Oh I mention the process of thinking, not something Trump does a lot of and he clearly was not ‘thinking’ about the consequences of his words which encouraged the rabble to attack the Capitol building and the legislators within……Carol 

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  1. Henry the fifth?

    tRump? LOL

    Mrs. Duff, Trump is more like Aaron Burr. That is why we have an insurrection act as would it not be amusing if Biden used it upon “Q” perhaps?

    My dear evangelical Princess says let him finish his term.

    I follow her on such matters….LOL

    The Capitol is secure perhaps another impeachment battle at this time might be unwise?

    That is her opinion. Mine to.

    • Nine, I was using the Henry the V analogy very loosely. Of course Trump is no Henry the V and the St. Crispin’s Day battle speech was used to encourage men into battle against an enemy, not against they rightful government.

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