Why Trump is saying his impeachment could lead to ‘Civil War’

-Do you now know who
the whistle-blower is, sir? -Well, we’re trying to find out
about a whistle-blower. When you have a whistle-blower that reports things
that were incorrect. -The President’s main response
to the impeachment inquiry launched by the Democrats
has been to take to social media and to suggest
that this would be in the worst interest
for the country. One of his responses
that got significant attention was him tweeting a quote
from one of this top evangelical faith advisors
about his impeachment leading to a possible
Civil War-like fracture. This was notable because
the President actually has a track record
of suggesting that, if things do not go his way, that he and his supporters
could respond violently. -Hillary wants to abolish —
essentially abolish — the Second Amendment. By the way,
and if she gets to pick — [booing] If she gets to pick her judges,
nothing you can do, folks. Although the Second Amendment
people, maybe there is. I don’t know, but —
-Perhaps one of the main reasons the President
threatens or insinuates that violence would occur if things don’t go the way he
and his supporters want them to is because his political
ideology is deeply rooted in this idea of victimhood. That he and the individuals
that he represents are getting an unfair shake
at politics, at life in America,
and other issues. As a result, his response
to that is to say that we will not take this
lying down.

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