Impartial Justice and Republican Morals

and can they fulfill their oath?

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On Tuesday, January 27th, the Senate was sworn in as jurors for former President Trump’s second impeachment trial.

As part of their oath as jurors, they swear, under oath, the following words:

I solemnly swear (or affirm, as the case may be,) that in all things appertaining to the trial of…

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Lisa Olsen

Lisa Olsen

I am a teacher, with two kids, recently diagnosed with Lupus, and possibly other auto-immune conditions, living life to the fullest, while managing symptoms.

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