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Impeachment Incoming as House Looks to Punish Trump for Insurrection

And while the process may be completed after January 20th, Trump’s opponents have their reasons for completion.

President Trump’s role in the events of January 6th, 2021 will be studied for decades to come, and the reactions that have arrived in the immediate wake of the event have not been good for his legacy.

The mainstream media is largely calling the event an “insurrection”, or, at the very least a riot.  The FBI is on the case, and so we’re hearing a whole lot about domestic terrorism as well.  Treason, sedition, and a number of other bold, dusty words are being whipped up as well, and history is incoming whether we like it or not.

Now, after it appears that attempts to invoke the 25th Amendment have failed, the House will again look to impeach Donald Trump.

House Democratic leaders are eyeing a vote on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump as early as the middle of next week, Assistant House Speaker Katherine Clark said Friday.

“We know that we have limited time, but that every day that Donald Trump is president of the United States, is a day of grave danger. So we can use procedural tools to get articles of impeachment to the floor for a House vote quickly,” Clark, D-Mass., said on CNN’s “New Day.”

The 25th Amendment would have been largely ineffective due to time constraints, and there is a good chance that Trump’s impeachment trial would conclude after Biden’s inauguration as well.

The reason to complete the impeachment, however, would be that a provision could be included to prevent Donald Trump from holding office in the US ever again.

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