So in a little over two years, Donald Trump lost the House, the Senate, the presidency, and got impeached twice.
I will be voting NO on the resolution to impeach the president. The vandals and rioters who interrupted my floor motion and speech and prevented me from completing the official business of the House are solely responsible for their actions, not the President.
New procedures in the House require us to go through a magnetometer before entering the floor. All because a new Republican member wants to carry heat onto the floor. Well, no surprise—5 Republican law and order members set off the magnetometer and then refused to be wanded.
denounces white supremacy on the House floor, and the Republicans literally boo.
OK, then. That is very clear.
This has moved past the insurrection attempt. We’ve learned that GOP members gave tours to insurrectionists, coordinated with their leaders, and are trying to carry guns on the House floor.
They're putting barriers around the Capitol, but the threat is on the inside right now.
BREAKING: The House of Representatives votes 232-197 to impeach President Trump for incitement of insurrection on the U.S. Capitol.
He's the first president in history to be impeached twice.
Wearing a “censored” mask while speaking on the house floor which is being broadcast live by multiple broadcast and cable news outlets and on the web is something something else.
The Speaker of the House thanks the men and women of the National Guard for protecting the U.S. Capitol.
The House of Representatives has done its job and impeached Donald Trump on a bipartisan basis.
The Senate must now carry out its constitutional duty and convict Trump to ensure that neither he, nor any other president, can subvert our democracy again.
The President made history! The first time a president has been impeached by the House of Representatives twice. So well deserved.
Donald Trump has now been impeached twice, lost the popular vote twice, lost the House for Republicans in 2018, lost the Senate for Republicans in 2020, and made himself a one-term President. WINNING!
10 GOP votes for impeachment constitutes the highest number from the president’s own party ever, and 231 overall votes (so far) is the highest number in history. In other words, this is the strongest and most bipartisan repudiation of a president by the House.
It is my somber responsibility to sign the Article of Impeachment against President Trump passed in a bipartisan vote by the House of Representatives a short time ago. https://t.co/xlTntjjIMn
Now that the House has impeached him, any violence Trump inspires in the next week is a direct consequence of McConnell’s refusal to come back from vacation and hold the trial.
Members of Congress take an oath to support and defend the Constitution. The House fulfilled that duty today by impeaching President Trump for inciting an insurrection. The Senate must fulfill its oath immediately by convicting and barring him from ever holding office again.
SAD FACT: Almost half of the House of Representatives has been radicalized by right-wing white supremacy.
How are Lauren Boebert and others able to stay in Congress? Refusing to comply with metal detector scans, she tweeted out the location of the Speaker of the House, she keeps trying to bring a gun to the House. Other GOPers are infecting others with Covid by being maskless. Wtf!
The uncontrollable urge for Taurus/Cancer/Pisces to wear pjs/comfy clothes the minute they walk into the house
Thank you to the ten Republicans in the House who voted today for Impeachment.
I’m honestly in slight disbelief that the House endured a domestic terror attack and drafted and voted on articles of impeachment...all in one week. What resolve. And what a message.
You're an unstable, seditionist who tweeted out the movements & location of the Speaker of the House to your terrorist allies just outside trying to find her and execute her. You need to be expelled from Congress, go to prison, never be allowed to own a firearm or vote again.
House Rule 23 requires Members to "behave at all times in a manner that shall reflect creditably on the House." The House must take disciplinary action against Greene or any other GOP member who is violating this rule right now.
The nation is watching. https://t.co/CzCvVGxpwi
BREAKING: The House voted to impeach President Trump for inciting an insurrection ahead of the Capitol riot attack.
Trump is the first president in U.S. history to be impeached twice, but a Senate vote is needed to convict him. https://t.co/UJkL2LVagp
Donald J. Trump has now been impeached twice, lost the popular vote twice, lost the House for Republicans in 2018, lost the Senate for Republicans in 2020, and made himself a one term president.
Rep. Mahoney just now on MSNBC saying the member giving the tours the day before the insurrection was “someone who believes in conspiracy theories and wants to bring a gun to the House floor”
The House has spoken. President Trump incited an angry mob, including trained and armed militia members, to storm our citadel of democracy. For that, he must go. Bring us back now, Senator McConnell, and let us cast him out.
Future generations will know that when the Commander in Chief incited an attack on the nation’s Capitol resulting in multiple deaths, the House of Representatives acted strongly and swiftly to impeach @POTUS
on a bipartisan basis.
The Senate must act to convict Trump quickly. https://t.co/em575yP3Vy
The President encouraged & incited insurrection, which was intended to interfere with the peaceful transfer of power. Now that the House has rightly impeached him we should act quickly in the Senate to convict him, remove him from office & bar him from holding office again.
I'll be on @seanhannity
tonight to discuss today's impeachment vote in the House, the left's violent rhetoric, and how President Trump has faced hatred and resistance from congressional leaders on both sides of the aisle. TUNE IN to @FoxNews
at 9:40pm ET/8:40pm CT
With the House choosing to impeach this President for his role in inciting the insurrection we saw last Wednesday, it'll be incumbent upon the Senate to take action and see through a fair and prompt trial, regardless of the number of days left in the President’s office.