Russia Loving Dem Blaming Trump For His Career Taking A TOTAL NOSEDIVE!

There are a lot of people that need to understand that before you make a decision that clearly puts you on one side or the other that you know what the hell you are talking about.

What has seemed to happen to a lot of the RINO population is that they have heard half of a conversation and then made a decision. It’s like when so many people have taken things out of context and end up getting cancelled for things that made no sense to be cancelled over.

That being said, one of the things that people need to realize is that there are some fights that aren’t over when people think they are. There were a lot of people that sold Trump out, and they are going to end up paying.

Republican Congressman Peter Meijer thinks former President Trump “destroyed” his legacy on January 6, calling the attack on the Capitol by Trump supporters the “defining moment” of his presidency.

Meijer was one of 10 Republicans in the House to vote to impeach Trump on a charge of incitement of insurrection last month.

In an interview with CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett, Meijer said he believed Trump would have “secured himself an interesting but positive place in the history books” if he had just acknowledged that he lost the presidential election in December, after the Electoral College had certified now-President Biden as the victor. Meijer spoke with Garrett for this week’s episode of “The Takeout” podcast.

“I frankly think that, despite all of the tweets and tension, that is an administration that would have aged well once some things were moved passed. But honestly now, the events of January 6 — that was the capstone, that was the defining moment,” Meijer said. “And I think that a storming of the Capitol by Trump’s supporters — that erased, that destroyed all the positive components of that legacy.”

Meijer said that he also would have voted to impeach Trump if House Democrats had drafted an article condemning the president for his inaction on January 6. He added that he was “speechless” that the president had declined to act while his own vice president was at the Capitol.
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