Press "Enter" to skip to content

McConnell votes to acquit but says Trump “morally responsible” for Capitol Riot


McConnell votes to acquit but says Trump "morally responsible" for Capitol Riot

Despite voting to acquit former President Trump, Senate Minority leader Mitch McConnell suggested Trump is “practically and morally responsible” for the U.S. Capitol riot that took place January 6th.

Much to the ire of House Speaker Pelosi and other Democrats, McConnell voted to acquit Trump on the basis of declaring it unconstitutional for him to be convicted after leaving office and becoming a private citizen.

The Daily Reformer  Medical Professor Warned Colleagues That School’s Racial Preferences Were Illegal And He Was Removed From Directorship. Now He’s Suing.

McConnell said while speaking on the Senate floor “there is no question that President Trump is practically and morally responsible for provoking the events of the day.”

“The people who stormed this building believed they were acting on the wishes and instructions of their president,” he added

The Daily Reformer  A New York Prosecutor Just Got His Hands on Trump’s Tax Records

“President Trump is still liable for everything he did while he was in office as an ordinary citizen,” McConnell also warned. “He didn’t get away with anything. Yet.”

The post McConnell votes to acquit but says Trump “morally responsible” for Capitol Riot appeared first on News Thud.

As reported by News Thud. Continue reading this article at News Thud

The Daily Reformer  Gap slammed for promoting red and blue hoodie amid 2020 election turmoil

All news text, graphics, videos and multimedia content remain the copyrights of the credited original article publisher, in this case - News Thud

The Daily Reformer is an American conservative news aggregator and publisher with a mission to provide "the smart take on American conservative news.

Contact Information: amnon (at) thedailyreformer dot com