In December 2019, the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Donald Trump. But just a few months later, the Senate acquitted the president in a sham trial with no new evidence, no witnesses, and no due process.

48 of 100 senators voted to convict President Trump. Enter your address to see if yours did — and if not, let them know that you disapprove of their decision.

45 of 45 Democrats
2 of 2 Independents
1 of 53 Republicans

Why Now?

This is about what is right and what is wrong — as well as protecting our Constitution and the rule of law.

From abusing his power by soliciting a bribe from the Ukraine government, to obstructing justice in the Russia investigation, to failing to safeguard our elections, to profiting off the presidency, to breaking campaign finance laws, President Trump has shown a pattern of impeachable conduct.

The American people deserve a president who will respect the solemn oath to preserve, protect, and defend the U.S. Constitution and our democracy. President Trump has violated that oath far too many times.

Simply put: President Trump is a danger to the integrity of our government, the safety of our citizens, and trust in our democratic institutions.

That’s why on December 18th, 2019 the U.S. House voted to impeach President Donald Trump.

But on February 5th, 2020 the U.S. Senate failed to hold our lawless president accountable — voting to acquit him in a trial that included no new evidence, no witnesses, and no due process.

We do live in a hyper-partisan environment — and many were tempted to make political calculations when considering impeaching and removing the president. But what’s at stake is far more important than any short-term political gain: whether we hold leaders accountable when they put themselves above the law.

The Founding Fathers put the impeachment process into the Constitution for a reason: to give Congress the ability to hold accountable and remove a president from office between elections.

This is about Congress’s solemn constitutional duty to the American people — and that duty is more important than any partisan, political imperative.

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