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De Blasio: Trump 'Gave the Order' to Attack the Capitol

New York's Democrat mayor shares propaganda video to blame Trump for Capitol riot

 on 10th February 2021 @ 1.00pm
de blasio  trump  gave the order  to attack the capitol © press

New York City's Democrat mayor, Bill de Blasio, has alleged that President Donald Trump "gave the order" to rioters to attack the U.S. Capitol on January 6.

To support his allegation, failed Democratic presidential candidate de Blasio shared a deceptively edited propaganda video on Twitter that consisted of a cherry-picked, out-of-context montage of Trump's speech from the day.

The clip was the same montage played by the House impeachment managers in the Senate on Tuesday that sought to smear and blame the 45th POTUS for the violence.

“‘We will stop the steal.’ ‘We’re gonna walk down to the Capitol.’ ‘We fight like hell. And if you don’t fight like hell, we’re not gonna have a country anymore,'” de Blasio said, selectively quoting Trump.

The mayor then concluded that Trump “gave the order.”

“He unleashed his mob on the U.S. Capitol," de Blasio alleged.

bill de blasio shared a deceptively edited propaganda video of trump s jan  6 speech © press
Bill de Blasio shared a deceptively edited propaganda video of Trump's Jan. 6 speech

"Convict him NOW,” the Democrat mayor declared.

The New York mayor’s remark coincided with the first day of the Senate impeachment trial.

During the trial, lead House impeachment manager Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD), who objected to the certification of the 2016 election results and vowed to impeach the former president before Trump formally took office, played a montage featuring footage from the January 6 events.

“What will the January exception mean to future generations if you grant it? I’ll show you,” he said before the clip played before senators.

lead impeachment manager jamie raskin played the same propaganda video during the senate trial © press
Lead impeachment manager Jamie Raskin played the same propaganda video during the Senate trial

Notably, de Blasio failed to quote Trump, who emphasized the importance of a peaceful and patriotic protest ahead of the events that unfurled at the U.S. Capitol later in the day:

Tuesday’s trial focused specifically on the constitutionality of the proceedings.

As expected, senators voted to proceed:

Arguments are slated to begin Wednesday at noon.

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