Even before the Senate voted Saturday to acquit Donald Trump for the second time, the discussions about either censuring Trump or invoking the 14th Amendment against him were fast and furious among Democrats and their allies in the mainstream media.
Due to his defense of President Trump during the second Democrat-led sham impeachment, attorney Michael van der Veen has had his family terrorized, his life threatened, his home vandalized, and his business descended upon by people chanting a nonsensical little ditty.
Stanford Law Professor Pamela Karlan is leaving her position on Facebook's 'oversight committee' to join the civil rights division at the Department of Justice.
You may remember Karlan from her testimony at Trump's first impeachment hearing in 2019.
Not long after the Capitol riots, the evidence was already starting to pile up that the Capitol breaching was likely a preplanned attack rather than a spontaneous one "incited" by President Trump during the speech he gave that day.
Senator Rand Paul brought a motion today declaring that the upcoming trial of former president Donald Trump was unconstitutional, because the Senate has no constitutional authority to try a former president.