Urge the Senate to reject the unconstitutional impeachment of former President Donald Trump!

This is about defending liberty and stopping an unconstitutional impeachment that lacks due process, evidence and threatens the freedom of speech of all Americans!

If the Jan. 6 Capitol attack was pre-planned then it couldn’t have been incited by former President Donald Trump’s speech, who on Jan. 6 called for protesters to be peaceful: “We have come to demand that Congress do the right thing and only count the electors who have been lawfully slated, lawfully slated. I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard.”

The more we learn about the assault on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 following the Save America Rally that coincided with objections being raised in Congress to the results of the Electoral College and the certification of President-elect Joe Biden, the more evidence emerges it was pre-planned by multiple groups on the who targeted the rally, the Capitol and even the Republican and Democratic National Committee headquarters.


Specifically, Steven D’Antuono, the head of the FBI field office in Washington, D.C. told reporters on Jan. 12 that “We developed some intelligence that a number of individuals were planning to travel to the D.C. area with intentions to cause violence,” including a post on a message board that stated “Congress needs to hear glass breaking, doors being kicked in…” In addition, in Washington, D.C. pipe bombs were planted at both the Republican National Committee (RNC) and the Democratic National Committee (DNC). According to D’Antuono, “those two pipe bombs that were found, were found both outside the RNC and the DNC offices near the Capitol grounds and look to begin, they were real devices. They had explosive igniters. They had timers.”

So, right off the bat, the FBI had intelligence ahead of time that violence was pre-planned targeting the rally, including bombs being planted. Meaning, no matter what former President Trump said at the rally, there would have been violence at the Capitol. Whoever attacked police that day and pre-planned this attack should be the ones who are held accountable — not Trump and not the 74 million Americans who voted for him!

You know what to do! Urge the U.S. Senate to immediately dismiss this impeachment against former President Donald Trump! It’s not even constitutional to have a trial against a former president, and Congress cannot falsely turn a speech calling for peaceful protest protected by the First Amendment into a crime.

There is no question this was a planned attack. Journalist Glenn Greenwald on Twitter reported that planning was not isolated to a single website, noting in a tweet on Jan. 11, “Do you know how many of the people arrested in connection with the Capitol invasion were active users of Parler? Zero. The planning was largely done on Facebook.”

In his own report on Substack.com, criticizing the deplatforming of Parler by Amazon, Apple and Google, Greenwald noted, “It is true that one can find postings on Parler that explicitly advocate violence or are otherwise grotesque. But that is even more true of Facebook, Google-owned YouTube, and Twitter. And contrary to what many have been led to believe, Parler’s Terms of Service includes a ban on explicit advocacy of violence, and they employ a team of paid, trained moderators who delete such postings. Those deletions do not happen perfectly or instantaneously — which is why one can find postings that violate those rules — but the same is true of every major Silicon Valley platform. Indeed, a Parler executive told me that of the thirteen people arrested as of Monday for the breach at the Capitol, none appear to be active users of Parler. The Capitol breach was planned far more on Facebook and YouTube.”

Subsequent Justice Department filings bear this out, with violent members of the crowd planning the Capitol breach as early as Jan. 1 on Facebook.

This is about defending liberty and stopping an unconstitutional impeachment that lacks due process, evidence and threatens the freedom of speech of all Americans! Tell the U.S. Senate you’ve had enough. The voices of the many must not be silenced because of the actions of the few.