Legal analysts have called what the U.S. House did to President Trump earlier this month a “snap impeachment.”
The article of impeachment submitted by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., accuses him of inciting insurrection at the U.S. Capitol in Jan. 6 through his rally speech. The president’s defenders argue the Capitol had been breached even before Trump finished his speech one mile away, and he never called for violence, urging supporters instead to make their voices heard “peacefully.”
And now further evidence has emerged that the Capitol riot was planned long in advance of Jan. 6.
The Justice Department has charged three people who are believed to have been communicating with each other as early as November.
Constitutional scholar Alan Dershowitz told Just the News that if Trump “didn’t know about it, they had planned it without him, then you’re missing the causal relationship.”