All hell broke loose when Donald Trump said this one word about Impeachment

Adam Schiff, Nancy Pelosi, and the rest of the Democrats are cranking up the pressure in their impeachment witch hunt.

Now Donald Trump’s had enough and he’s fighting back.

And all hell broke loose when Donald Trump said this one word about Impeachment.

Donald Trump set fake news reporters’ and Democrats’ hair on fire when he referred to the Democrats’ unfair and Stalinist impeachment witch hunt as a “lynching.”

“So some day, if a Democrat becomes President and the Republicans win the House, even by a tiny margin, they can impeach the President, without due process or fairness or any legal rights. All Republicans must remember what they are witnessing here – a lynching. But we will WIN!” the President wrote.

This led Democrats and the Fake News Media to once again falsely accuse the President of being racist.

“You are comparing a constitutional process to the PREVALENT and SYSTEMATIC brutal torture of people in THIS COUNTRY that looked like me?” Congressional Black Caucus Chairwoman Karen Bass wrote.

But Republicans defended the President.

Lindsey Graham blasted the Democrats’ impeachment process as “un-American” and said the President has a right to be frustrated.

When the fake news tried to accuse Graham of being a racist he whacked the liberal media for purposefully distorting people’s words.

“What’s happened to your profession?” Graham told reporters. “It’s not just racial, my friends. No. I’m from South Carolina, I understand it very well. Mob rule is what lynching is all about.”

Meanwhile, Democrats looked the other way when then-Senator Joe Biden called Bill Clinton’s impeachment a “partisan lynching.”

The Fake News Media manufactured another phony scandal to lie about Donald Trump being a racist so they could distract the American people from the fact that Republican attacks on the unfair process the Democrats are employing in the impeachment coup are starting to take hold.

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