Sen. Kelly Loeffler: More Results, Less Rhetoric — The Path Forward Post-Impeachment

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by Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA)

For the past two weeks, in one of my first acts as a U.S. Senator, I sat as a juror during the impeachment trial of President Trump.

Serving as a juror during an impeachment is a solemn duty, and I took my oath to uphold that duty—and the Constitution—very seriously.

On Wednesday, though, I made one of the easiest decisions of my life: I voted against the articles of impeachment and acquitted President Trump of any and all wrongdoing.

As I sat and listened to the House Democrat Managers make their arguments, a long and winding diatribe of distortions and puzzling patchwork of cherry-picked hearsay, I quickly came to realize a simple but profound truth: This is exactly why people are fed up with Washington D.C.


I hope you’ll join me as we work together to support the president, drain the swamp, and create more opportunities for every Georgian to succeed. Read the rest HERE.

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