Write these names down, remember them.
They are not fit to continue serving in office in the Republican party.
Actually….I feel like we need a new party altogether.
I don’t really want to be a “Republican”.
I’m a Trumplican.
But I want nothing to do with the RINOs.
President Trump was acquitted today in a historic SECOND sham impeachment trial.
He soundly defeated the action, as the Democrat House Managers suddenly caved in a surprise turn of events after Trump’s team put Nancy Pelosi on the witness list.
Breaking News: Donald Trump has been acquitted in his second impeachment trial, even as members of both parties voted to find him guilty, yielding the most bipartisan vote for conviction in history. https://t.co/1pOwIgCyk9 pic.twitter.com/CqodgRDqj4
— The New York Times (@nytimes) February 13, 2021
Trump 2. DemonRats 0.
— DailyTruthReport (@DailyTruthRpt) February 13, 2021
Former U.S. President Trump declared not guilty at the post-presidency impeachment trial.
Senate vote was 57 Guilty & 43 Not Guilty. 67 was needed to impeach. Donald Trump can officially run for U.S. president in 2024 despite acts of treason & insurrection. #TrumpImpeachment pic.twitter.com/8W5WJPEGSV
— Anonymous (@YourAnonCentral) February 13, 2021
Here are the 7 RINO Republicans who voted with the Dems:
🚨 7 GOP senators voting guilty so far *updated*
-Sen. Burr (R-N.C.)
-Sen. Collins (R-Maine)
-Sen. Cassidy (R-La.)
-Sen. Murkowski (R-Alaska)
-Sen. Sasse (R-Neb.)
-Sen. Romney (R-Utah)
-Sen. Toomey (R-Pa.)
total count: 57 vote guilty, 43 not guilty
— Olivia Beavers (@Olivia_Beavers) February 13, 2021
Never EVER vote for these people again!
Primary them, get them OUT!
— Newsmax (@newsmax) February 13, 2021
The Senate voted to acquit former President Trump of inciting the January 6 riot at the Capitol in his second impeachment trial. Seven Republicans joined all Democrats in voting “Guilty” for a majority of 57 votes – but Democrats failed to get the two-thirds majority needed to convict.
The Republicans who joined with the Democrats were: Richard Burr of North Carolina, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Mitt Romney of Utah, Ben Sasse of Nebraska and Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania.
Mr. Trump issued a statement Saturday afternoon thanking his legal team, as well as the Republicans in the Senate who found him not guilty and GOP House members who voted against the article of impeachment last month. He did not acknowledge the riot in his statement.
“This has been yet another phase of the greatest witch hunt in the history of our Country,” Mr. Trump said. “No president has ever gone through anything like it, and it continues because our opponents cannot forget the almost 75 million people, the highest number ever for a sitting president, who voted for us just a few short months ago.”
While the outcome had long seemed inevitable, the trial was briefly thrown into chaos on Saturday morning when the Senate voted to allow witnesses after a late-night statement from a congresswoman about a conversation with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on January 6. After a two-hour recess — with Republicans incensed over the surprise vote — the Senate ultimately reached a deal and instead read Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beulter’s statement into the record.
Herrera Beutler came forward on Friday night and recalled that House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy told her about a phone call with Mr. Trump. According to Herrera Beutler, McCarthy told her that when he spoke to Mr. Trump that day and asked him to “publicly and forcefully” call off the Capitol assault, “the president initially repeated the falsehood that it was antifa that had breached the Capitol.”