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Fri Dec 20, 2019, 04:42 PM

The Constitution Soon to be On Trial - Shout This from Your Rooftops!

Almost all citizens old and young know the US Constitution must remain this Republicís highest law.

The Senate will soon decide the fate of our Republic.

Please frame the ďSenate Impeachment TrialĒ for what it really is:

The foundation of our democracy is at risk if GOP fealty to Trump and party trump the GOP Senators Sacred Oath to uphold The Constitution of these United States if America.

Trump is merely the enabler of impeachable offenses. The House of Representatives weighed Trumpís behaviors and found him Constitutionally guilty of Abuse of Power & Obstruction of Congress.

Isnít the purpose of the Senate to impartially review The House of Representatives Impeachment caseís Constitutional merit?

And, if so, both for historical records and fact finding/confirmation, isnít the Senate Constitutionally obligated to hold a detailed, impartial review/trial?

Isnít a major purpose of the Senate Impeachment review/trial to protect and set Constitutional precedents and to protect and guide all three co-equal Branches for this moment and the future?

From an eternal perspective, the defense of the US Constitutionís checks and balances are on trial and hugely more important than Trump.

That said, if impartially tried and if Constitutional Protection demands conclude ďGuilty on One or Both CountsĒ then the Senate trial moves its focus to a remedy for the perpetrator, in this case DJT.

Am I missing something?

Iíd like to see/hear Democrats & MSNBC heroís speak more to the urgency of protecting the US Constitution and itís mandated co-equal Branches.

If the Executive Branch gets away with stonewalling the Constitutional oversight of the House of Representatives, what will be lost?

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