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Here Are The 6 Republicans Who Voted To Proceed On Impeachment Trial


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You’re going to want to read this list.

The Senate just voted 56 to 44 in favor of proceeding to impeach President Trump.

The big story that comes through this is that 6 RINOS decided to vote with Democrats to impeach Trump.

Here’s a list of who they were:

Sen. Ben Sasse: (Nebraska)

Sen. Pat Toomey: (Pennsylvania)

Sen. Mitt Romney (Utah)

Sen. Susan Collins (Maine)

Sen. Lisa Murkowski (Alaska)

Sen. Bill Cassidy (Louisiana)

Fox News got the scoop:

The Senate voted Tuesday to move ahead with the unprecedented impeachment trial of former President Trump after listening to nearly four hours of arguments on whether it is constitutional to try a president who is already out of office.

The vote was 56-44.

The six Republicans who joined with the Democrats on voting to continue the trial were Sens. Susan Collins of Maine, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Mitt Romney of Utah, Ben Sasse of Nebraska and Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania.

Cassidy changed his vote from January when he was among the 45 Republicans who supported a motion by Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., that declared the trial unconstitutional. Cassidy said he was persuaded by the House impeachment managers’ arguments on Tuesday.

CNN added these details on Sen. Bill Cassidy who flipped sides:

Six Republicans joined all of their Democratic colleagues on Tuesday to vote that the impeachment trial against former President Donald Trump is constitutional, with Louisiana Sen. Bill Cassidy emerging as the sole Republican to switch his vote after an initial vote on constitutionality last week.

The 56-44 final vote marked the closing chapter of Tuesday’s proceedings, with the Senate adjourned until noon on Wednesday. All but six Republican senators voted that the trial was unconstitutional because Trump is no longer president. It was the second time such a vote was taken after Sen. Rand Paul, a Kentucky Republican, forced a vote on the same question last month.

Well, on the bright side these six RINOS made it easier for us to know who’s side they’re really on.

The primary season will be great!



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