Impeaching any government official is a waste of time unless you can get a conviction.
That’s not going to happen unless you get an overwhelming majority (60+, IMO) in the Senate.
Holding numerous impeachment hearings would yield nothing.
If what you say is true, it's necessary. We must do it. As Christians and patriots, it's our job to defend the truth and our families and neighbors, at the cost of our lives, if necessary. Anything else is, I'm sorry to say, cowardice. Unless someone has a better way to achieve the same end, it's our duty. The fact that it's difficult is just part of the landscape.
Clinton is seriously disturbed that he was impeached, even if the Senate caved.
If Roberts is concerned about what the silly New York Times thinks about him, he sure is going to driven nuts about being impeached.
Senate conviction or not.
Let the impeachments begin.