The National Republican Senatorial Committee on Tuesday released a video much like a promotional advertisement for the upcoming impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, which says "the Senate exists for moments like this."
Democrats "never wanted Trump to be president, they never even thought it was possible," a narrator says at the beginning of the video after text that reads "June 2015" and over clips of various people speaking skeptically about Trump.
"But then," the narrator continues as the text "November 2016" appears on the screen, "America spoke, and when President Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States, the left lost it."
The video then shows a clip of a burning limousine and a crowd of people fleeing tear gas with audio of protestors chanting, "justice" and "we the people."
The narrator then continues, "this impeachment sham started the day he was elected" before quoting various people talking about impeachment.
"So let's be clear, this is not some neutral judgment that Democrats came to reluctantly. It's not some somber moment or serious exercise for the left. It is a predetermined end of a partisan crusade."
The video concludes, "the Senate exists for moments like this, so it's time for the adults in the room to have their seat at the table. [House Speaker] Nancy Pelosi and Democrats have had their turn, the sham is over. A fair trial starts now."
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