After the first day of the Donald Trump Impeachment Trial, it is more clear than ever before that the Republicans in the US Senate, as well as earlier those in the House of Representatives, are more loyal to party and a leader than to the Constitution they were sworn to uphold.
Refusing to require Donald Trump to release documents and evidence to Congress is, in itself, an impeachable act.
Defending a man as disgraceful and law breaking as Donald Trump has been, is an inexcusable offense.
We are yet to see if four or more Republicans will agree, ultimately, to call for witnesses to testify in the impeachment trial.
If this trial becomes the total sham it seems moving toward, then the Republican Party, rightfully, should be punished by a total repudiation of all of its office holders in November.
Obviously, that will not happen, but hopefully, a massive wave similar to 2018, will lead to a Democratic gain of seats in the House of Representatives, and gaining the majority in the US Senate, with more than just the four seats needed to have a 51 seat majority.