oh for sure but what I mean is: the months leading up to this singular day that were ABOUT this single planned event, could be considered a single speech.

oh for sure but what I mean is: the months leading up to this singular day that were ABOUT this single planned event, could be considered a single speech.

I have yet to see anybody address that.

BUT I think that’s a REALLY strong justification for the impeachment reasoning they gave. If you remember, not everybody stayed for THAT speech he gave — they were already at the Capitol, but they heard OTHER speeches he gave about that day before.
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I don’t think it would be difficult at all to provably show ,something akin to a “don’t come to school on January 6th 2021″ said months prior to what amounts to the same audience that was there on Jan 6th, where he was more careful with his language
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[if you take the words at face value, which, such as cases like “You [name] don’t come to [this school] [on this day]” are enough to be arrested, even if “just joking / being ironic”
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I don’t feel a need to but I think those that impeached him were entirely justified, not by ‘feelies’ but by “words lead to action”
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