(FreedomJournal)- As the Democrats send the impeachment article to the Senate, GOP senators are warning GOP establishment figure and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell against voting to convict President Donald Trump.
Not only would it be a false conviction, as President Donald Trump did not incite or support violence as the Democrats claim, but it would risk tearing the country apart and make a good case for the establishment of a new third party.
And President Trump has already reportedly spoken about setting up such a party.
Newly-appointed Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (yeah, we hate the sound of that too) has said that a full trial is expected to take place, in which Democrats will argue that President Donald Trump incited rioters to break into the Capitol Building and engage in violence. It’s a tall order given that the FBI has already confirmed that the violence was pre-organized and began before President Trump had even finished his speech during his peaceful protest.
SCHUMER: “Senators will have to decide if Donald John Trump incited the erection.” pic.twitter.com/zL4UDs9UbK
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) January 22, 2021
Notice his use of the word “erection” instead of “insurrection”? It seems like Schumer might need to retire as much as Joe Biden does…
According to a CNN report, several GOP senators have so far expressed their concern to Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell that there would be a “backlash” if he votes to convict President Trump.
A senior GOP senator reportedly told the far-left network that “if he does, I don’t know if he can stay as leader.”
Well, at least one good thing could come out of McConnell voting to convict the president.
Libertarian Republican Senator Rand Paul has also hit out at Republican leadership recently, suggesting that those who support the impeachment will destroy the Republican Party.
“My fear is that if Republicans, particularly Republican leadership goes along with this impeachment, they’ll destroy the party,” Paul said on “America’s Newsroom.”
“I think it is a hugely partisan exercise on the part of the Democrats. But for Republicans who go along with it, I think they will destroy our party. Donald Trump isn’t everything in the party but he did bring a lot of people to the party,” he added.
So, this coming week, we should find out whether Mitch McConnell wants to destroy the Republican Party or not.