Tally: 6 of 7 GOP senators voting to convict Trump have been censured in home states

Tally: 6 of 7 GOP senators voting to convict Trump have been censured in home states
Live shot of the Senate (Image: ABC News screen grab)

[Ed. – Interesting.  You can probably guess which one hasn’t been.  It’s not that voters in the six states don’t care about something like incitement; it’s that they don’t believe the “incitement” narrative.]

Six of the seven Republican senators who voted to convict former President Trump in his impeachment trial have now been rebuked in their home states, either by party organizations or grassroots voters.

First among the anti-Trump 7 to be repudiated back home was Louisiana Sen. Bill Cassidy. The executive committee of the Louisiana GOP voted unanimously to censure Cassidy on the same day the Senate voted on the single article of impeachment the Democrat-controlled House passed shortly after the Jan. 6 breach of Capitol Building. …

In an emergency vote on Monday night, the North Carolina Republican Party unanimously decided to censure Sen. Richard Burr, who voted to convict Trump after previously voting that it was unconstitutional for the Senate to try the ex-president. …

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