What is the real reason for the 2nd impeachment?

Video of trump celebrating the insurrection on the capital building?

 

https://youtu.be/dwFdwrPz-A4

 

Washington Capitol Building Attacked While Trump Staff & Family Watch Online In Real Time. – YouTube

 

What is the real reason for the 2nd impeachment  or trump and why is it extremely important for the ‘House of Representatives’ and the ‘lame-duck Senate’ to complete the job of keeping the guy in the Whitehouse away from the nuclear button and the power of the oval office!

This statement should be self explaining ever for ‘trump republicans?

https://pasileylfloridanews.blogspot.com/2021/01/what-is-real-reason-for-2nd-impeachment.html

That said; it is also important to get the 2nd impeachment on record for at least the future!

trump became the third president to be impeached. He was impeached on two counts: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

The House of Representatives launched an impeachment inquiry into Trump on September 24, following a whistleblower complaint claiming that the president abused his political power in exchange for an investigation into a political opponent, 2020 presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.

On December 18, the House voted along party lines, earning a majority to charge the president on both counts. The House passed the abuse of power article by a vote of 230 to 197 to 1, and the obstruction of Congress article by a vote of 229 to 198 to 1.

The House voted for Speaker Nancy Pelosi to formally submit the articles of impeachment to the Senate on January 15. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts presided over the impeachment trial.

On February 5, trump was cleared on both articles of impeachment. On abuse of power, senators voted 52-48, with Sen. Mitt Romney breaking from the Republican party to vote to convict. Everyone of the trump republicans voted to acquit, while every Democrat voted to convict. On obstruction of Congress, senators voted straight down party lines 53-47.

 

President Andrew Johnson faced impeachment when he removed his Secretary of War Edwin Stanton from office in 1867, which breached the Tenure of Office Act.

The law meant he couldn’t fire any important officials without first getting Senate’s permission. On February 24, 1868, the House of Representatives impeached Johnson by a vote of 126-47

May 1868, the Senate voted to acquit him (35 guilty to 19 not guilty).

 

President Bill Clinton was the second president to face impeachment proceedings. From early 1994, he was dealing with scandals, beginning with a financial investigation known as “Whitewater.”

That same year, Paula Jones sued him, accusing the president of sexual harassment.

Clinton was tried by the Senate and acquitted on February 12, 1999.

His perjury charge had a vote of 55 not guilty to 45 guilty, and his obstruction-of-justice charge was 50 not guilty to 50 guilty. They didn’t meet the two-thirds majority necessary to convict

 

trump became the third president to be impeached. He was impeached on two counts: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

The House of Representatives launched an impeachment inquiry into Trump on September 24, following a whistleblower complaint claiming that the president abused his political power in exchange for an investigation into a political opponent, 2020 presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden.

On December 18, the House voted along party lines, earning a majority to charge the president on both counts. The House passed the abuse of power article by a vote of 230 to 197 to 1, and the obstruction of Congress article by a vote of 229 to 198 to 1.

The House voted for Speaker Nancy Pelosi to formally submit the articles of impeachment to the Senate on January 15. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts presided over the impeachment trial.

On February 5, trump was cleared on both articles of impeachment. On abuse of power, senators voted 52-48, with Sen. Mitt Romney breaking from the Republican party to vote to convict. Everyone of the trump republicans voted to acquit, while every Democrat voted to convict. On obstruction of Congress, senators voted straight down party lines 53-47.

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