President Trump is going to continue leading a dynamic political movement. He's not going anywhere.
(FOX News/The Next Revolution with Steve Hilton/1.17.21)
Twitter has taken the President of the United States out of the public discourse but allows people like the Ayatollah of Iran, who regularly cheers "death to America," to continue spewing vile hatred on their platform. We are sick of the double standard.
(FOX News/Justice with Judge Jeanine/1.16.21)
For all of the criticism that Democrats have leveled against President Trump unfairly, they were the cheerleaders, fundraisers, and apologists for the people who burned our cities, attacked our police, and were on offense against the very notion of America for months this summer.
(Fox News, Hannity, 01/16/2021)
If we're going to fight back against those who are trying to silence the America First agenda, it cannot be with Liz Cheney as the Republican Conference chair.
The left in America has incited FAR more political violence than the right. For months our cities burned. Police stations burned. Our businesses were shattered-they said NOTHING, or they cheered it, fundraised for it and allowed it to happen in the greatest country in the world.
"It seems to me that impeachment is constantly a tool of not only division but distraction for the Democrats."
This is a DEEPLY unpopular impeachment. The American people wish we were here dealing with coronavirus, not the virus of Trump hatred…a virus Democrats seem to have found no vaccine for.
Bringing an impeachment to a presidential transition would be like bringing a mistress to your honeymoon.
Impeachment is unnecessary, divisive, and it’s only being done because Democrats want to keep the focus on President Trump so they can hold together their fragile coalition.
This impeachment that we're dealing with this week is not a thoughtful exercise, it's not to protect democracy. It is impeachment by reflex because the Democrats would figure it out that they actually have no message to the country except that they don't like President Trump.