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Impeachment 2.0: House Impeachment Managers Insist ‘Trump Not Exonerated’ – Because, “It Was Not a Fair Trial”

OPINION| Mark Sidney| I think that deep down, we all knew that this was coming.

There was no way that the Democrats were just going to let up, when it came to impeaching Trump, despite the fact the Senate exonerated him.  It has become increasingly clear that the DS and their hatchet men in the Democrat party will stop at nothing to see Trump removed from office.

You do not need to take my word for this, you can watch the House impeachment managers say it all for themselves below.

The Gateway Pundit reported:

‘All seven House impeachment managers sat down with CNN’s Anderson Cooper Friday evening to complain about Trump’s acquittal.

The impeachment managers argued Trump has not been acquitted because the Senate trial was not fair after their case went up in flames this week.

The House rushed impeachment and brought a weak case with no crimes named in either article of impeachment.

The Senate didn’t even come close to convicting Trump so now the same House Dems who denied Trump due process and blocked GOP witnesses are claiming the Senate trial wasn’t fair.

“I think he’s not been exonerated,” Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA) said.

Dem Rep. Jason Crow (CO) followed up and said, “it’s hard to have an acquittal without a fair trial.”

Rep. Val Demings called Trump’s acquittal “fake news.”

“Well, and back to the acquittal part of this, I would consider that fake news, because we did not have a fair trial,” Florida Rep. Val Demings said.

“The president is not exonerated today,” House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler said.’

That did not take long.  I have never in my life seen a group of people who embrace losing so eagerly as the Democrats do.

Their recent behavior has done more to turn people away from the Democratic party than anything Trump could ever hope to accomplish … directly.

Watch:

Lawlessness.

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