*** Seven Republican Senators Condemned to TRUMP
*** TRUMP Is Guilty Say “The New York Times”
*** It Smells Rotten The Second Impeachment vs. TRUMP
By DANTE GONZALEZ / Special to The UNIVERSE News / EL UNIVERSO
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.- “…If Aristophanes, the Greek comedian, had seen the 43 Republican Senators acquitted to DONALD TRUMP, in the second impeachment. He would have had enough material to make a great worldwide ‘political farce’,”think the former President’s critics.
When geopolitical experts warn that the U.S. is not in a position to make domestic political mistakes that damage its image, with improper acts against democracy, to favor the supremacist DONALD TRUMP.
The Embarrassing spectacle of the second impeachment trial against TRUMP has just happened. In the political history of the United States, no President has ever been exposed to two impeachment trials. In the eyes of the world, it is a terrible sign that something is rotten inside the U.S.
The Senate voted to acquit former President TRUMP in his second impeachment trial. The vote was 57 to 43, with seven Republicans join with the Democrats. The Senate needed a two-thirds majority to convict TRUMP.
These are the seven Republicans who voted to convict the former president. Susan Collins, R-Maine. Bill Cassidy, R-Louisiana. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska. Mitt Romney, R- Utah. Ben Sasse, R-Nebraska. Pat Toomey, R-Pennsylvania and Richard Burr, R-North Carolina.
In the second impeachment trial against DONALD TRUMP as President, the spirit of the owner and famed world publisher ADOLPH OCHS appears in the editorial writing of The New York Times over the former American President’s culpability.
“Trump Is Guilty”
There’s no doubt who must be held responsible for attacking the Capitol and trying to overturn the results of the election.
By The Editorial Board.
The editorial board is a group of opinion journalists whose views are informed by expertise, research, debate and certain longstanding values. It is separate from the newsroom.
“If you fail to hold him accountable, it can happen again”.
This is the heart of the prosecution’s argument in the ongoing impeachment trial of Donald Trump. It is a plea for the senators charged with rendering a verdict not to limit their concerns solely to the events of Jan. 6, when a mob of Trump supporters sacked the U.S. Capitol, but also to act with an eye toward safeguarding the nation’s future.
To excuse Mr. Trump’s attack on American democracy would invite more such attempts, by him and by other aspiring autocrats. The stakes could not be higher. A vote for impunity is an act of complicity.
It is unfortunate that the country finds itself at this place at this moment, American pitted against American. But there is no more urgent task than recentering the nation’s political life as peaceful and committed to the rule of law.
Mr. Trump stands charged with incitement of insurrection. For three days this week, House managers laid out a devastating case for conviction. Methodically, meticulously they detailed the former president’s effort to undermine and overturn a free and fair election, culminating with his fomenting an attack on Congress that resulted in the deaths of five people, and very nearly more.
Mr. Trump spun lies and conspiracy theories to defraud and destabilize his followers. He told them that their votes had been stolen. He made them believe that everyone had betrayed them, from local officials to the media to the Supreme Court.
He convinced them that the only way to save their nation was to “fight like hell.” Mr. Trump whipped his loyalists into a rage, summoned them to Washington, pointed them at Congress and then retreated to the safety of the White House to enjoy the show.
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