President Trump’s Michigan Christmas Rally Not Dampened by House Impeachment Vote

Wednesday, our beloved President traveled to Battle Creek, Michigan, a vital electoral state, to deliver his response on the impeachment charade taking place in the House.

The House approved the first article of impeachment against President Trump, then about 17 minutes later, he took the stage. President Trump’s decision to hold a rally and immerse himself in the warmth of an adoring crowd of over 7,000 people today sends a message the Democrats won’t like.

The Arena was packed to capacity and overflow space was needed, but the President asked the people outside to go home because at 19-degree weather it was too cold.

Temperatures still didn’t stop people from waiting in line as much as 10 hours before the event start to see their President.

“It doesn’t really feel like we’re being impeached,” Mr. Trump said. “The country is doing better than ever before. We did nothing wrong. We have tremendous support in the Republican Party like we’ve never had before.”

He promoted the strong economy, mocked the Democratic presidential field, relived his 2016 victory and repeated that Democrats made up the charges against him.

“They said there’s no crime,” he said. “There’s no crime. I’m the first person to ever get impeached and there’s no crime. I feel guilty. It’s impeachment lite.”

Then, as if things couldn’t get more bizarre today, what was once considered an idea that the Speaker would reject has become one that could actually happen. Pelosi is reportedly actually considering delaying the transmittal of the articles of impeachment to the Senate. This after rushing it through the House at a warp speed, never before seen.

“Crazy Nancy Pelosi’s House Democrats have branded themselves with an eternal mark of shame,” Trump told the crowd in Michigan. “It’s a disgrace”

 

 

 

 

 

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