Trump Tweets “Arrest for Treason?”

Trump Tweets Logo. Image by Lenny Ghoul.

It’s Monday.

It has been 6 whole days, including today, since the Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announced a formal impeachment inquiry.

On Tuesday evening after the announcement the President tweeted 14 times.

On Wednesday the President tweeted and retweeted 32 times. 11 of his tweets were sent on Wednesday morning, plus the White House released a mock up transcript of the call between President Trump and President Zelensky of the Ukraine.

On Thursday the President tweeted and retweeted 60 times. 7 of his tweets, and 36 of his re-tweets were sent on Thursday morning, the day Acting DNI Joseph Maguire testified before the House Intelligence Committee. Ahead of Maguire’s testimony the Intelligence Committee released the Whistleblower complaint.

On Friday the President tweeted and retweeted 23 times, 2 of those tweets were deleted, giving him a total of 21 tweets. 12 of his tweets were sent Friday morning.

On Saturday the President tweeted and retweeted 39 times. To view Saturdays tweets @realDonaldTrump.

On Sunday the President tweeted and retweeted 48 times. To view Sunday’s tweets @realDonaldTrump.

Sunday evening the President tweeted that he “like every American” has a right to meet the Whistleblower, once again called his call with the Ukraine President, “perfect,” and demanded that House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff, be “questioned at the highest level for Fraud and Treason.”

Then Schiff made up what I actually said by lying to Congress……His lies were made in perhaps the most blatant and sinister manner ever seen in the great Chamber. He wrote down and read terrible things, then said it was from the mouth of the President of the United States. I want Schiff questioned at the highest level for Fraud & Treason…..

This theme of Schiff lying in his opening statement before testimony from Maguire first appeared on President Trump’s Twitter feed, on Friday.

Shorn of its rambling character and in not so many words this is the essence of what the President communicates.

We’ve been very good to your country, very good, no other country has done as much as we have, but you know what I don’t see much reciprocity here. I hear what you want I have a favor, I want from you though and I’m gonna say this only seven times so you better listen good. I want you to make up dirt on my political opponent understand lots of it on this and on that. I’m gonna put you in touch with people and not just any people, I’m gonna put you in touch with Attorney General of the United States. My Attorney General, Bill Barr, he’s got the whole weight of the America law enforcement behind and I’m put you in touch with Rudy you’re gonna love him trust me. You know what I’m asking and so I’m only gonna say this a few more times in a few more ways. And by the way don’t call me again. I’ll call you when you’ve done what I asked.

This is in sum and character what the President was trying to communicate with the President of Ukraine.

Part of Schiff’s opening statement 9/26/19.

It should be noted that prior to his quoted statement Schiff said, “well it reads like a classic organized crime shakedown.”

The Wall Street Journal reported that after Congressional Republicans on the Committee expressed displeasure over Schiff’s characterization of President Trump’s words, Schiff said, “meant to be at least, part in parody.”

If the Democrats are successful in removing the President from office (which they will never be), it will cause a Civil War like fracture in this Nation from which our Country will never heal.

I don’t really have a lot to say about this tweet, other than, make no mistake, in my opinion, the sitting President is warning the Democrats, and those non-democrats alike that if they legally and Constitutionally remove him from office, there will be Civil War.

He’s doing this hiding behind a quote from someone else, but he’s still supportive.

It is most likely a hollow empty threat, as most of his threats are, however, he is the sitting President.

On Monday trending, at 8:12 CA time, and 11:12 eastern time, on Twitter:



Arrest for Treason this trend is based on a Trump Tweet from Monday.

Not currently trending, but #CivilWarPotLuck

For Monday morning day 6th of the impeachment inquiry the President has tweeted 13 times, so far.

The it’s all a witch hunt tweet.

But I thought that was the Mueller investigation’s title…


your favorite President’s leadership…

Real Clear Politics has the President’s job approval average at 44.4 percent approve while 52.4 percent disapprove.

A CBS News Poll released Sunday show that 55 percent approve of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump, while 45 percent disapprove.

According to the article the approval number is highest among Democrats, that approve of the action.

The Fakers Tweets.

The Whistleblower complaint and the mock-up phone call released by the White House match-up.

Schiff’s words at most were hyperbole not illegal, and certainly not Treasonous in any way.

If hyperbole or embellishments or exaggerations were Treasonous, President Trump would have been arrested before he was sworn in, just based on tweets alone.


The Predictable tweets.

The above predictable ALL CAPS tweets is based on a Federalist article.

According to the Federalist and other Conservative media outlets, the ICIG, who was appointed by President Trump, changed the Whistleblower Complaint form, in order to enable hearsay to be allowed.

The Daily Beast reported that the smoking gun is a change that did take place in August of 2019, on the 401 form.

A question on the form explicitly anticipates tips based on secondhand information, and asks the whistleblower to check a box: “I have direct and personal knowledge,” or, “I heard about it from others.” The Federalist used a screenshot of that field to illustrate its story. 

The Daily Beast.

They continue to explain that what the Federalist article leaves out is that there was a nearly identical field gracing Form 401 since May of 2018.

What the article didn’t mention or screenshot is a nearly identical field gracing Form 401 since at least May 2018, making it impossible that it was added as an easement for Trump’s whistleblower. The major difference in the fields is that the old form includes three options instead of two, subdividing secondhand sources into outside source and “other employees.”

The Daily Beast.

It’s also noted that hearsay has always been allowed when filing a “urgent” complaint.

The mock-up of the phone call released by the White House shows that the Whistleblower complaint was accurate.

Zelensky in part: we are almost ready to buy more Javelins from the United· States for defense purposes.

Trump in part: I would like you to do us a favor though…

Trump in part: The other thing, There’s a lot of talk about Biden’s son, that Biden stopped the prosecution and a lot of people want to find out about that so whatever you can do with the Attorney General would be great.

Image of the Whistleblower complaint.

Whistleblower Complaint.

The both predictable and fakers tweet.

The tweet counts for President Trump were found using Trump Twitter Archive.

Authors note: In Thursday’s tweet thread, I mistakenly said it was Wednesday, it wasn’t it was Thursday, all day. I apologize for not catching the error.

This post will be updated within reason.

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