Publisher's note: This post appears here courtesy of the LifeZette, and written by David Kamioner.
In an expected close to party line vote with GOP Senator Mitt Romney voting this time, as opposed to the first vote, with the GOP and the president on the obstruction of Congress charge, the GOP and the president beat impeachment in a 53-47 vote.
This thing is finally over and we won.
It's a good idea for all of us to take a breath and thank God and the GOP legal team, maybe thanking God first is a good idea, that justice and common sense beat hate and lies on the Senate floor.
After that, some of us will celebrate with a cigar and a drink or two, or three, or...
The election season will now be upon us. The Democrats will scream the trial was unfair and that they actually won. Just the way they said they won the 2016 presidential election. They will now, for a bit, turn a partial gaze away from the president and instead deploy their putrid bile against each other.
And in Utah, there will soon be the start of the 2024 GOP primary campaign against Mitt Romney.
By the late spring the Democratic primary season may be over (though a brokered convention for them is possible) and they will, like a dog to vomit, go back to trying to remove President Trump from office by God knows what odd and doomed to failure ways.
However, as things stand now, that effort will be as successful for them as this one was.