The Democrats’ second sham impeachment of Trump is moving forward with the help of six Republican senators.
A vote was held on Monday on whether or not this proceeding is constitutional, based on the fact that Trump is no longer in office.
These Republicans need to face primary challengers the next time they are up for reelection.
The Daily Caller has details:
These Six Republicans Voted That Trump’s Impeachment Trial Is Constitutional
A group of six Republicans voted that the impeachment trial against former President Donald Trump is constitutional Tuesday, moving the trial forward.
The Senate held a vote Tuesday night after several hours of arguments from both sides which would rule if the trial was constitutional. The vote to proceed with the trial and that it is constitutional was 56-44.
Republican Louisiana Sen. Bill Cassidy was the only Republican to change his stance after Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and a majority of Republicans voted in favor of Republican Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul’s motion to dismiss the impeachment trial against Trump, saying it was unconstitutional.
Here’s the list:
– Lousiana Sen. Bill Cassidy
– Maine Sen. Susan Collins
– Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski
– Utah Sen. Mitt Romney
– Nebraska Sen. Ben Sasse
– Pennsylvania Sen. Pat Toomey
Republicans need to run candidates for every single open seat in the House and Senate in 2022.
There has to be a point at which the GOP no longer needs people like Romney, Murkowski and the rest of this crew.
If they can’t be replaced, they need to be outnumbered.