U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner
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Sensenbrenner Statement on Articles of Impeachment

"The Democrats’ obsession with ousting the President made today an inevitability, but it is nevertheless a sad day for the Republic."

By - Dec 10th, 2019 09:43 am

Washington, D.C.Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner (WI-05) issued the following statement after Speaker Pelosi today annouced articles of impeachment against President Trump:

“Democrats have wanted to impeach President Trump since January 20, 2017 and realized their dream would come true last November. Despite the fact that they could find no bipartisan support—a criterion once set by both Speaker Pelosi and Chairman Nadler—they are pushing forward with this exercise that will further tear the country apart. Just as the Founders feared, divided governments will now almost certainly lead to partisan impeachments. The Democrats’ obsession with ousting the President made today an inevitability, but it is nevertheless a sad day for the Republic.”

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2 thoughts on “Sensenbrenner Statement on Articles of Impeachment”

  1. Barb- West Bend says:


    You may learn why Impeaching Trump will Make America Great Again if you read Thomas Friedman’s recent article.

    Impeach Trump. Save America.
    By Thomas L. Friedman
    Dec. 10, 2019

  2. Thomas Martinsen says:

    Honorable Representative,

    Please consider earlier retirement. Your remarks at the impeachment hearings suggest to me that you do not understand the damage THE DONALD has done. You could best contribute to the current crisis by voting in favor of impeaching Trump. If you cannot muster the stones to cast such a vote, I encourage you to abstain or to retire before that vote.

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