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My Grandpa's Thoughts on President Trump "Inciting Violence"

This is my Grandpa's thoughts on President Trump's 2nd impeachment. He is 85 years old and of a sound mind and body.
My Grandpa's Thoughts on President Trump "Inciting Violence"

I am now 85 and am of sound mind and would like to put forth the facts of Jan 6 as I see them.  I trust you may be open to the facts I am presenting.

On Jan 6 he made a speech at the eclipse in Washington that I listened to in full.  Fact:  There was not one sentence or word that was inciteful toward moving folks to riot at the capitol.   In fact, he said to go to the capital to peacefully show concerns.  What he did emphasize was the fact and details of the voting steal.   The president got news on the 25 of Dec of the vote fraud caused by electronic signals sent from Italy to satellites over the USA that sent their signals to the voting machines.  What the signals did was to dramatically change the vote count in favor of Biden.  The late hour spike in votes was abnormal and could not naturally happen for normal voting.  The bottom line is that Trump won the election by a very wide margin when the fraudulent votes were subtracted out.

The impeachment trial was a sham in that no evidence was presented that would support impeachment.  All I heard was anger, vindictive hate, and fabricated remarks that he caused the capital riots, which of course he did not.  The riots started while he was still speaking, so the people he was speaking to that may have wanted to go to the capitol would not have had time to get there for the start of the riots.  You may or may not like Trump but the fact is that he is the person who wanted to make America Great Again and he made it so.  For a person without prior political experience, I think he has done pretty well.  

He has rebuilt the military, kept the country running despite high USA debt, has reduced military in foreign countries,  has helped and facilitated peace processes in other countries. and so forth.

He makes promises and tries his best to keep them.   Biden is a self admitted criminal, saying on video that he was proud of the vote fraud scheme that was in place.  He also confessed on video of a treason crime in his dealings with Ukraine.

He should be arrested and it would be clear to everyone that he should never be president.  

Please, when you want to criticize President Trump that is OK if you do not like his personality, but please give him the credit of his courage and what positive things he has done for the country.

Thank you.

The impeachment trial was a sham in that no evidence was presented that would support impeachment.  All I heard was anger, vindictive hate, and fabricated remarks that he caused the capital riots, which of course he did not.  

The riots started while he was still speaking, so the people he was speaking to that may have wanted to go to the capitol would not have had time to get there for the start of the riots.  You may or may not like Trump but the fact is that he is the person who wanted to make America Great Again and he made it so.

For a person without prior political experience, I think he has done pretty well. He has rebuilt the military, kept the country running despite high USA debt, has reduced military in foreign countries,  has helped and facilitated peace processes in other countries. and so forth.  

He makes promises and tries his best to keep them.  

Biden is a self-admitted criminal, saying on video that he was proud of the vote fraud scheme that was in place.  He also confessed on video of a treason crime in his dealings with Ukraine.  He should be arrested and it would be clear to everyone that he should never be president.

Please, when you want to criticize President Trump that is OK if you do not like his personality,   but please give him the credit of his courage and what positive things he has done for the country.  Thank you.

Lynn T Austrheim MSW, LCSW