The evidence presented to the members of the Senate of the abuse of power and obstruction of Congress by President Trump is clear and overwhelming and beyond any doubt. Sadly, we now must urge our Senators in Congress to do their duty and vote to impeach President Trump and to remove him from office.
President Trump is a clear and present danger to our democracy and to our Constitution. Our Senators have sworn they will act to protect and defend our democracy and our Constitutional Republic. No one else in this nation has the power to do so.
Our Senators will be under immense pressure to blind themselves to this harsh reality, to pretend that they have not heard and seen, as the entire nation now has, the irrefutable evidence of that conduct. They will be tempted to pretend that they do not recognize and understand that danger. Indeed, there is one Senator from another state who has repeatedly and publicly expressed his perverse pride in violating his oath of office and in conspiring with President Trump to continue the very course of conduct by President Trump which is the subject of this impeachment trial. This evil is unprecedented in the history of the United States of America and shows a depravity never before seen or heard in the Senate of this country.
There will be Senators who are so terrified of the truth about the danger to our nation and of the need for them to act now to end it, that they will seek any excuse or pretext to avoid fulfilling their oaths of office and voting to impeach President Trump and to remove him from office.
Above all things that our Georgia Sentors may be, beyond all partisanship, beyond any excuses our Senators may be tempted to invoke for refusing to do their duty, our Senators are Americans who have worn to protect our Constitutional Republic.
If our Senators fail or refuse to act in this, our country’s hour of greatest threat, they not only violate their oaths of office, they declare themselves to be the enemies of our Constitution and of our democracy.
Regardless of what our Senators choose to do, by the grace of God, this great nation will survive and will restore the Constitutional government which has made it great. A Senator who refuses to uphold our Constitution, on the other hand, will have to live with the ignominy of his or her conduct and endure the opprobrium of their fellow Georgians and of the nation for the rest of his or her life.
Our state and our nation are relying upon our Senators to save our country from tyranny.
Only our Senators can do that.