Opinion: Impeachment evidence paints damning picture

Senators who vote not to convict need to apologize to families of those who died at the Capitol.

I have watched most of the senate trial of Mr. Trump. It is clear from the prosecution’s evidence that Trump is guilty; he caused the death of five people, caused thousands of dollars in damage, and made a spectacle of our nation in front of the rest of the world. The news reported that over one-half billion dollars has been spent so far on securing the safety of members of Congress and much more to be spent protecting them.

Any senator who votes not to convict Trump needs to contact the families of the people who died and apologize for condoning what he did.

Gary Miller,


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