Op-ed by Jessica Marie Baumgartner | Photo: Alamy
President Donald J. Trump on Tuesday issued a statement on the Jan. 6 events that led to political attacks on him and his supporters across the nation.
Now that his Twitter account has been restored, and former Twitter executives are being grilled by the House of Representatives for their combined efforts to censor conservatives, according to RSBN, President Trump can prove that he did not incite violence at the Capitol on January 6, 2021.
While various supporters have speculated as to when President Trump will finally tweet again, his timeline ends just after he clearly instructed everyone at the Capitol, “Please support our Capitol Police and Law Enforcement. They are truly on the side of our Country. Stay peaceful!”
Another tweet from shortly later that day states, “I am asking for everyone at the U.S. Capitol to remain peaceful. No violence! Remember, WE are the Party of Law & Order.”
These posts are time-stamped and display a different picture than what Democrats, like Nancy Pelosi, and the mainstream media have reported for years.
Former House Speaker Pelosi has actively worked to legally punish President Trump and his supporters based on accusations that he staged an “Insurrection.” Various news outlets perpetuated this idea after the President’s Twitter account was suspended and various images and videos involving the events of that day were suppressed.
CNN claimed that “Trump’s presidency ends with American carnage.”
USA Today overlooked the American foundation of due process and declared, “Trump incited the violent Capitol attack.”
Even Business Insider ran a report that assumed guilt and accused the president of inciting violence and attempting a coup.
This media whirlwind and political attention has amounted to no convictions or charges against President Trump. He remarked on his innocence, stating, “My clear and unequivocal statements on January 6, 2021, which I conveyed to my over 100 million followers, are no longer under “wraps.”
He decried Biden, the FBI, Nancy Pelosi, and Cassidy Hutchinson for their roles in escalating the situation and violating his rights.
In addition, President Trump highlighted the fact, “I also recorded a Video message on January 6th, in which I strongly stated, ‘We have to have peace. We have to have law and order. We have to respect our great people in law and order. We don’t want anybody hurt.’ Again and again, I urged everyone ‘to go home now,’ ‘go home,’ ‘go home and go home in peace.’”
The full truth about what happened on Jan. 6 is finally being made public. President Trump concluded by saying, “These quotes do, again, fully exonerate me, and should put an end to the National nightmare of weaponized, targeted, and dangerous Witch Hunts and Hoaxes against a certain political Party, and me.”