So is this dog….
The defendant IS guilt as sin….
The jury members , who wWHERE among those in danger , AT the Capitol on January 6th, have indicated they will NOT convict…..
This whole circus is NOT about the accused…
It IS about the jobs of the jury members , who are afraid their voters back home will vote for someone else if the actually hold the defendant, Donald Trump , accountable for his egging on the protest that turned into assaults, vandalism and a few deaths in the very halls and room’s the Senator’s are in today…..
Senators on both sides of the aisle are showing signs of fatigue as former President Trump’s impeachment trial stretches into its third day.
At least 18 GOP senators were missing from their seats during the second hour of arguments. Even some Democrats appeared to be getting weary.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), 79, was spotted slumping over at his desk, not turning his head to watch videos at one point as House impeachment managers continued to make their case about Trump’s statements and actions surrounding the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) was at his desk, tapping his shoes and knees together as he propped himself up by his elbows in an armchair.
Democratic strategist David Axelrodwarned House managers not to over-argue their case a day after they presented new, harrowing video of the Capitol siege.
“Wondering if the managers would have been smart to quit and simply sum up with the lack of remorse argument after their incredibly tight powerful case yesterday?” he tweeted.
Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.), a staunch Trump ally, said the managers’ argument is losing steam the longer it goes on….
Senators aren’t clamoring for either House managers or former President Trump‘s team to request to call witnesses, as the impeachment trial appears poised to wrap in a matter of days.
Days into the proceeding, no senator has explicitly called for witnesses — a move that would drag out the trial for days if not weeks.
“I think the case has been made. I don’t know what witnesses would add,” said Sen. Angus King (I-Maine), who caucuses with Democrats….