One of former President Donald Trump’s top lawyers, David Schoen, announced that he will reveal the “hypocrisy” of the Democrats who accuse Trump of inciting violence on Capitol Hill on Jan. 6. 

Schoen called the Democrats’ presentation of the case “an entertainment package,” adding, “I think you’ll at least be moved by what you see and get a much better picture of what’s going on,” addressing Americans, according to the Feb. 11 New York Post. 

He also said, “Everyone in that room and the House will look bad.Our politicians will look bad if this thing goes forward and that’s a very unfortunate thing,” Schoen emphasized.

As the irregular impeachment trial unfolds, Democratic lawmakers will continue their arguments until Feb. 12 in the evening and then Trump’s defense team will begin its rebuttal.

“President Trump told protesters to ‘peacefully and patriotically make their voices heard,'” tweeted the House Republican Judiciary Committee, demonstrating that there was no call for violence.

However, Democrats “have left that part out. I wonder why,” Republicans questioned. 

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) assured that the American people were not going to tolerate the hypocritical discourse of the Democrats, who clearly incited unrest in the country.

“Democrats last summer—Democrat members of the Congress—said there needs to be more unrest in the streets, while there was unrest in the streets—and somehow that’s not incitement?” Jordan said

In these unfortunate events the violent Marxist groups Black Lives Matter (BLM) and antifa burned and destroyed thousands of small businesses in many cities and the wave of riots caused many deaths, including those of children and police officers.  

According to the schedule the trial will continue through the weekend, ending with a vote that will determine the results on Sunday or Monday. It is expected that there will be no conviction against Trump. 

This trial was declared from before it began as unconstitutional because the Constitution does not provide for impeaching those who have left office. 

Despite this, the congressmen voted to continue with the process, which in no way makes it constitutional, noted renowned attorney Jenna Ellis, further marking its irregularity. 

“Just because the Senate votes for an unconstitutional action does not make it constitutional,” tweeted Ellis. 

In turn, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) synthesized the unusual impeachment trial and its irregularities in a concise tweet.

“This is a political impeachment. There was 0 due process in the House, they considered it for just 7 days and there were 0 witnesses, 0 hearings, and they examined no evidence. Be sure to listen to the latest episode of Verdict,” Cruz tweeted.