Tribe: Trump Attempted to Murder Vice President Pence

Tribe: Trump Attempted to Murder Vice President Pence

June 17, 2022

Thursday on CNN’s Erin Burnett OutFront, Harvard Law professor emeritus Laurence Tribe stated insanely that former President Trump attempted to murder Vice President Mike Pence on January 6, 2021.

Asked if he believes the investigative committee has proven that Trump knowingly committed crimes, Tribe replied, “Without any doubt, beyond a reasonable doubt, beyond any doubt, and the crimes are obvious. The most obvious was that he was ordering his vice-president to do what everyone in the room knew would be illegal, namely, exercise power to pick the next president. It would be very convenient if Al Gore could have picked himself as the next president in 2000, very convenient if Richard Nixon could have done it in 1960.”

He continued, “Ordering your vice-president to violate the law in order to stay in power is a very serious federal crime, but there are other crimes as well. One that occurred to several people today is attempted murder. You know, under the criminal code of the United States, the attempted murder of the vice-president is punishable by life imprisonment. What we saw with the president egging the crowd on, telling them that, basically, his own vice-president was a traitor while he knew that the mob had gallows waiting for him, that’s pretty serious stuff. You don’t have to go to law school to know that there’s something seriously criminal about that. There are other crimes that have been proven. Those are plenty to start with.”

Tribe needs to get professional help for his Trump Derangement Syndrome.

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