Trump Lawyer Mocked for Calling Impeachment ‘Constitutional Cancel Tradition’

Michael van der Veen, one of the defenders of former President Donald Trump, condemned the impeachment of his client during his opening speech as “culture of the repeal of the constitution” – remarks that have been largely refuted, debunked and disgraced in real time.

Van der Veen, who once sued Trump on behalf of a customer, calling him a “fucking crook,” a claim he denies, was involved in what CNN’s Keith Boykin calls “whataboutism” and “nothing but a commercial for one Trump campaign “designated. ”

But it was his claim to a “constitutional culture of suppression” that infuriated many and led to ridicule. Look here:

“Constitutional Cancel Culture”.

These guys are clowns …

– Rex Chapman🏇🏼 (@RexChapman) February 12, 2021

The guy who literally tried to hold ANTIFA responsible for the MAGA uprising lands in his talk on the need for “unification”. I think my brain collapsed in the middle …

– joy we chose !! WEAR A MASK !! Reid 😷) (@JoyAnnReid) February 12, 2021

“Constitutional Cancel Culture” –

It’s like the Fox Chyrons are writing themselves …

– Susan Glasser (@ sbg1) February 12, 2021

“Constitutional Cancel Culture” is a stupid way of saying consequences

– Cas🎉🐀Looking For Work (@NineDoodles) February 12, 2021

I remember two months ago when these people tried to cast my vote. But continue with the culture of constitutional repeal

– BaA (@USSBrittanica), February 12, 2021

The defense presentation so far contained several wired message-ready catchphrases that I expect to repeat throughout the day:

“Witch hunt”
“Political revenge” against Trump
“Constitutional Cancel Culture”

– Garrett Haake (@GarrettHaake) February 12, 2021

It is fairly certain that “Constitutional Cancel Culture” is a president who tries to cancel an election result

– Don Moynihan (@donmoyn) February 12, 2021

Michael van der Veen ends a speech full of culture war images and abuse against Democrats by describing the impeachment process against the Senate as “the culture of the repeal of the constitution” before setting a breakneck fulcrum calling for unity and healing.

– Adam Klasfeld (@KlasfeldReports) February 12, 2021

I agree with the culture of constitutional rejection.

We should turn off anyone trying to overthrow the government.

– Lord Anthony Walker (Medic Hot Medic 🔥) 🇺🇸 (@anthonycwalker) February 12, 2021

“Witch hunt”
“Constitutional Cancel Culture”

This is just a glimpse of the apparently false legal arguments we are currently facing.

– Democracy Docket (@DemocracyDocket) February 12, 2021

Trump’s attorney is trying to make constitutional cancel culture a thing.

It’s not a thing.

– Katie S. Phang (@KatiePhang) February 12, 2021

If “culture of constitutional repeal” means accusing traitors, the founders would be fine with this

– Lauren Windsor (@lawindsor) February 12, 2021

“Constitutional Cancel Culture” is what Trump’s attorney just called his second impeachment, and you really need to stop the “cancel culture” nonsense because you sound silly as hell

– Brad Batt for TN State Sanity (@bradbatt) February 12, 2021

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