Disturbing video at Donald Trump’s 2nd impeachment trial shows MAGA insurrectionists saying ‘f**k these pigs’

The second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump began in the Senate where a video montage of MAGA supporters storming the Capitol was shown


                            Disturbing video at Donald Trump’s 2nd impeachment trial shows MAGA insurrectionists saying ‘f**k these pigs’
Former President Donald Trump (Getty Images)
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As the Senate begins the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, several controversial statements against MAGA supporters have flared up. The House of Representatives voted on January 13 to impeach Trump for incitement of insurrection, charging that he reportedly caused the U.S. Capitol riot that left five people dead, including a police officer. During the impeachment trial, a disturbing video allegedly showed MAGA insurrectionists storming the building and saying “f**k these pigs”.

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On the first day of Trump’s impeachment trial, Jamie Raskin (D-MD) -- the lead impeachment manager, showed a lengthy video montage of Trump supporters storming the Capitol. Trump’s tweet “fight like hell” was juxtaposed on the video. When the video concluded, Raskin said, “You ask what a high crime and misdemeanor is under our Constitution. That’s a high crime and misdemeanor. If that’s not an impeachable offense, then there is no such thing.” 

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Representative Jamie Raskin (D-MD) (Getty Images)

“F**k these Pigs”

Several Twitter users have claimed that the video montage that Raskin played showed Trump supporters saying, “f**k these pigs”. One user wrote, “F**k These pigs? That's the #BlueLivesMatter crowd for you. #ImpeachmentTrial”. While another tweeted: “'F**k these pigs,' one of the Trump supporters says in a video being shown to senators in the #ImpeachmentTrial.” A third user reportedly confirms: “'F**k those pigs!' From the same folks who screamed “Blue lives matter!!!” in our faces all summer.#ImpeachmentTrial.” Another user wrote: “MAGA insurrectionists called police "Pigs". Remember how that used to upset them when black people said that? #ImpeachmentTrial”. One more wrote: “#BlueLivesMatter when cops beat blacks & browns. "F the police/pigs" any other time. Seems maga is a mob of stupid hypocrites, a danger to smart people. #ImpeachmentTrial trump def incited violence, watched it on tv.”

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You can listen to the insurrectionists saying "f**k these pigs" in the following video at the mark 2:07:

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Raskin even offered a personal testimony of his experience in the U.S. Capitol when the MAGA supporters stormed the building. He recalled the riot day when his daughter and son-in-law were with him in the Capitol. Raskin said he remembered hearing pounding on the doors outside the House chamber after rioters breached the Capitol.

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Raskin said, “Senators, this cannot be our future. This cannot be the future of America. We cannot have presidents inciting and mobilizing mob violence against our government and our institution because they refuse to accept the will of the people under the Constitution of the United States.”

Donald Trump (Getty Images)

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Trump has denied responsibility for inciting the riot on January 6, 2021. His lawyers have claimed that the former president did not encourage unlawful acts, and his comments to supporters are protected by the First Amendment.

"Through this latest Article of Impeachment now before the Senate, Democrat politicians seek to carve out a mechanism by which they can silence a political opponent and a minority party," Trump’s lawyers alleged. "The Senate must summarily reject this brazen political act."

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