Senate Republicans Essentially Kill Democrats’ Attempt to Impeach President Trump

National   Cortney O'Brien   Jan 26, 2021   |   5:52PM    Washington, DC

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) got 45 Republicans to side with him and vote on Tuesday that the second impeachment trial against former President Trump is unconstitutional. The motion was voted down 55-45, meaning the trial will proceed. But, as Sen. Paul notes, 45 senators will be more than enough to acquit Trump, meaning that this trial is “dead on arrival.”

Notably, Sen. Mitch McConnell, who publicly criticized Trump for “provoking” the mob that went to the Capitol, voted in favor of Sen. Paul’s point of order.

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Sen. Paul blasted the Democrat-led impeachment against Trump as an “unconstitutional” and “brazen” affair.

The House voted to impeach Trump on an article accusing him of “inciting an insurrection,” leading to the deadly Capitol riots on January 6. The House delivered the article of impeachment to the Senate on Monday night and the senators were sworn in on Tuesday. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts will not be presiding over this trial as he did the last go around. This time, Senate Pro Tempore Patrick Leahy will oversee the trial.

LifeNews Note: Cortney O’Brien is a Townhall web editor, where this was originally published.