Tell Your US Senators to Vote AGAINST Impeachment of President Trump.
Stand up for America and the first president since Reagan to put America First.
Click on the link to send a message to Kentucky Senators Rand Paul and Mitch McConnell thanking them for voting to try and stop the unconstitutional and unfounded impeachment process. And urge them and their colleagues to vote NO on impeachment of President Trump.
If you are not from Kentucky, call 202-224-3121, the US Capitol Switchboard and ask to be connected to your Senators and leave your message. Those from Kentucky, can double your efforts by sending an email and calling the number above - and ask to be connected to Sen McConnell.
The US House impeached President Trump (again) on January 13, 2021, days after Biden was sworn in as President, making President Trump a private citizen. Then on Jan 26, the US Senate convened as a court of impeachment.
Kentucky Sen Rand Paul said, "...virtually every Democrat in Congress -- and even some Republicans -- are looking forward to one last spiteful attack on former President Trump and his 74 million supporters."
Senator Paul lodged a constitutional objection to the proceeding. Five Republicans voted with Democrats Tuesday to allow the trial to proceed. They were Sens. Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Mitt Romney of Utah, Ben Sasse of Nebraska and Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania — all recent critics of Trump.
The trial on Trump’s impeachment will begin as scheduled the week of Feb. 8.
The grounds for impeachment are unfounded. President Trump did not incite an insurrection. Trouble makers were already at the capitol during Trump’s speech. A Black Lives Matter activisthelped storm the capitol was arrested and charged. President Trump told the patriots to go the capitol peaceably.
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