Hillary: Conservatives Must Declare Biden 'Duly Elected President' to 'Unify' America
Clinton insists that Republicans can 'begin the healing' by surrendering to Democrats
Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has declared that, in order to "unify" America, conservatives must bow down before Joe Biden and accept the Democrat nominee as their "duly elected president."
According to Clinton, Republicans and Trump supporters must accept that former Vice President Biden was elected "in a free and fair election" in order to "begin the healing and unifying process."
“Here’s how elected Republicans and conservative media can begin the healing and unifying process: Accurately state that Joe Biden was duly elected president in a free and fair election,” Clinton said in a Tuesday tweet.
“Urge Trump supporters to refrain from further violence. For a start,” she told her 30 million Twitter followers.
Here's how elected Republicans and conservative media can begin the healing and unifying process:— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) January 12, 2021
Accurately state that Joe Biden was duly elected president in a free and fair election.
Urge Trump supporters to refrain from further violence.
For a start.
Clinton’s comments come as Democrats push a fresh impeachment effort against President Donald Trump.
Democrats are considering articles of impeachment against President Trump, accusing him of inciting the protests that occurred at the Capitol last week.
“President Trump gravely endangered the security of the United States and its institutions of Government He threatened the integrity of the democratic system, interfered with the peaceful transfer of power, and imperiled a coequal branch of Government,” the single article of impeachment, introduced by Reps. David Cicilline (RI), Ted Lieu (CA), and Jamie Raskin (MD) said.
“He thereby betrayed his trust as President, to the manifest injury of the people of the United States,” it adds.
Not once did President Trump urge supporters to storm the U.S. Capitol, nor did Sens. Ted Cruz (R-TX) or Josh Hawley (R-MO) — two senators who face increasing calls from Democrat colleagues to resign for stating their clear intention to object to electoral votes in disputed states prior to January 6th.
Last week, Clinton celebrated Twitter permanently banning President Trump’s personal account from the platform:
In a Washington Post editorial published Monday, Clinton asserted that impeachment alone will not “remove white supremacy from America.”
She demanded President Trump's impeachment and his removal from office but warned that such actions do not go far enough.
She also claimed that even more drastic measures must be taken to solve the “white supremacy” problem she claims led to the attack.
Clinton offered her support for impeaching Trump a second time but argued that, to end "white supremacy," the president and those who support him must be permanently silenced.