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"The DHS memo goes on to clarify that rhetoric supporting violent extremism does not itself constitute extremism"

,,,,,

So why did trump get impeached for the words "Fight like hell"?

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@Debradelai @YoungBlood

The article of impeachment first two items pasted above and linked here literally cite his utterance of words (of which he was acquitted)

congress.gov/bill/117th-congre

@roger_moore @YoungBlood

Again. He was motivated acquitted of "his utterance of words"

The only charge, oh, moron, was "incitment of insurrection".

You are reading a fucking summary.

Please, untag me. I'm done with stupid until next Sunday.

congress.gov/bill/117th-congre

@YoungBlood @Mummabear @Debradelai

The article states that

prior to the joint session of Congress held on January 6, 2021, to count the votes of the electoral college, President Trump repeatedly issued false statements asserting that the presidential election results were fraudulent and should not be accepted by the American people or certified by state or federal officials;

@YoungBlood @Mummabear @Debradelai

shortly before the joint session commenced, President Trump reiterated false claims to a crowd near the White House and willfully made statements to the crowd that encouraged and foreseeably resulted in lawless action at the Capitol;

@roger_moore @YoungBlood @Mummabear

Thebank robber pointed a gun at a cashier and said "hands up, this is a robbery" explained the Prosecutor to the jury.

And one fucking idiot in the audience left convinced the man had been accused of talking.

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