Skip to comments.45 Senators vote "trial" is unconstitutional
Posted on 01/26/2021 12:39:13 PM PST by cll
Senator Rand Paul @RandPaul The Senate just voted on my constitutional point of order.
45 Senators agreed that this sham of a “trial” is unconstitutional.
That is more than will be needed to acquit and to eventually end this partisan impeachment process.
This “trial” is dead on arrival in the Senate. 4:26 PM · Jan 26, 2021·Twitter for iPhone
Who other than Mittens are the RINO senators who think it’s constitutional?
Even turncoat USSC Justice Roberts wanted no part of this Keystone Kops Kangaroo Kourt
Who were the 5 Republican senators who agreed to go on with this unconstitutional action?
Yes-the Kabuki S*&t show will continue
Bravo for Paul on coalescing and showing this.
BTW, there are what? Five on the GOP side that voted for the trial?
I bet we all cant guess who they are..
Anyone have the names of the 5?
Collins, Murky, Sasse, Toomey, Mittens.
It’s a Bill of Attainder, prohibited by the Constitution. Congress lacks the power to have a trial of a private citizen.
Collins, Murkowski, Sasse, Toomey and every Democrat’s favorite, Mitt “Mittens” Romney.
I’m sure it will drag out painfully. However I’m hoping there is a way to short circuit this abomination before it even gets to the senate.
I stepped on your post a bit-but better late than never I guess.
50 “Republicans” in the Senate. I presume there were no Democrats among the 45. So who were the 5 RINOs who said this kangaroo court is constitutional?
Would really like to see how each voted.
Putting a private citizen on trial in the Senate. Even Roberts could not twist the language enough to get on board with it, and we all know he wanted to.
The 5 are not named in his tweet. So, let me guess, Mittens, Murkowski, Collins, Sasse, Portman.
PredictIt instantly dropped 67+ to 5%. “It’s dead Jim”.
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