The Democrat case against former President Donald J. Trump in next week’s impeachment sham is that his incendiary rhetoric incited insurrection just before the deadly U.S. Capitol riot. The sole article of impeachment accuses him of using the phrase “fight like hell,” which ignited the crowd and unleashed the mayhem we all witnessed on January 6.
Trump’s use of those words is Exhibit No. 1 in the Democrat prosecution brief. There is just one black hole in their argument: Democrats use the term “fight like hell” all the time.
Dems impeaching Trump for using Dem talking point pic.twitter.com/xRSdvPpB6j
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) February 5, 2021
Either “fight like hell” is standard political rhetoric, in which case it is meaningless as a weapon against Trump, or it is impeachable language. If the latter is true, senators Chuck Schumer of New York, Bernie Sanders of Vermont, and President Joseph Robinette Biden, Jr. are just a few of the many Democrats who must be impeached and pried from office immediately.
Please savor this Grabien supercut as well as my recent op-ed for Trump Train News, with even more examples of Democrats spewing the allegedly insurrection-triggering expression “fight like hell.”
And now tell everyone you know.