Without witnesses, senators will vote with fingers in ears

If the members of the U.S. Senate with Sen. Mitch Mc Connell, majority leader, carries out this trial without any witnesses (some of which want to testify) those senators who voted with their fingers in their ears and their eyes closed will have to live with their choices permanently registered on their names and records until the end of the United States of America and The Constitution of the United States, which their votes will be hastening by their lack of integrity.

By their choices they may signify that greed is the ruling factor in their lives.

Jacqueline Robison

Edmonds

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