Over the past several months, activists held hundreds of events, town halls, and attended district office meetings with their Members of Congress, urging them to support the impeachment of Donald Trump, the most corrupt president in United States history.

It worked. On December 18, the House of Representatives voted to impeach Donald Trump on two articles: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. On January 15, the articles of impeachment were transmitted to the Senate and the trial began.

But our work has just begun. 

The impeachment fight is now in the Senate, where Senators will serve as jurors and decide whether or not to remove Trump from office. Ideally, the impeachment trial would fully air the mountain of evidence proving Trump’s impeachable offenses beyond a shadow of a doubt. But Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority Leader, announced that he will block evidence and prevent witnesses from testifying. He publicly admitted that he is coordinating with Donald Trump himself to rig the trial in Trump’s favor.

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Don’t be a part of the Trump Cover-up: the Senate Must Commit to a Fair Impeachment Trial Now 

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I’m confused: 
What’s the most recent news on impeachment?

We know – there’s lots of breaking news every day and it’s confusing! Here's all you need to know:

  • Trump pushed Ukraine to interfere in our 2020 elections.
  • He used US military aid to pressure them to dig up dirt on his political opponent.
  • Then, he tried to cover it up.

And then the House impeached him. No matter what else we learn, or what desperate tactics Trump tries to distract us, the facts here are what matters. It's critical that the Senate hold a fair impeachment trial and make a determination based on the available evidence. 

Nobody is above the law.

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*Please note, for events listed as Staff Office Hours, please do not expect the member of Congress to be present. It's still an important opportunity to show up and discuss impeachment with a member of Congress' staff.

We can’t let this happen. 

On January 21, Mitch McConnell released his rules resolution to the public and it was even worse than we expected. Under McConnell’s rules, each side would only have 24 hours to argue offer opening statements, over a period of just two days. That means that McConnell wants to force the House managers trying the case to lay out key facts about Trump’s impeachable conduct in the middle of the night. McConnell’s resolution provides no guarantees that witnesses will be called to testify, and doesn’t even guarantee that the mountain of existing evidence established by House investigators will be admitted at all. 

We need to demand that our senators reject McConnell’s rigged rules. We need to demand that our senators stand up for our democracy and demand a fair trial. The American people deserve to see their Senators deliberate after hearing the testimony of first-hand witnesses and reading the new incriminating documents that lay out Trump’s crimes. 

Every senator—Democrat and Republican—needs to remember the oath they took to protect the Constitution, and speak out publicly to say nobody is above the law.