Congresswoman Nikema Williams on Senate Impeachment Vote

Feb 14, 2021
Congress
Press

WASHINGTON – Congresswoman Nikema Williams (GA-05) issued the following statement on the Senate vote to acquit former President Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial. 

“The House Impeachment Managers gave proof that Donald Trump incited the January 6 domestic terrorist attack on the United States Capitol,” said Congresswoman Williams. “The truth is that the violent mob unleashed by Trump put the lives of Senators, Members of Congress, their staff and law enforcement at risk. 

“The former president was acquitted because Republican Senators chose to ignore facts, abandon our democracy, and side with white supremacist domestic terrorists.” 
 

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