This is not how ‘jurors’ should act prior to impeachment trial

With the impending Impeachment trial, seems to me (via the fake news) that several persons on the jury have already made up their minds as to the guilt or innocence of President Trump.

Having served on a few juries, these folks would not have made it through voir dire. So for those that have drawn the line in the mud, shame on you. And no, I did not vote for her. Nor did I vote for him.

Donna Johnson

Greenbank

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