QQOTD: Rear Admiral Barry Black, Senate Chaplain
“Lord, show our Senators Your ways and teach them to walk in Your path of Integrity.”
~ Rear Admiral Barry Black, 62nd Chaplain of the United States Senate, in his opening prayer on February 5, 2020, during a Senate Session in which Senate Jurors voted to acquit the President of two Articles of Impeachment: Abuse of Power and Obstruction of Congress. See also Impeachment trial of Donald Trump (C-SPAN)
Which Senate Jurors followed Chaplain Black’s plea to walk in the Lord’s “path of integrity”? How so?
Does the outcome of the trial depict a Senate that walks in a path of integrity? Why or why not?
Historical queries (To be determined in the near or far future):
What does history reveal about the Senate jurors who voted to acquit?
What does history reveal about the Senate jurors who voted to convict?
Which side has passed positively the test of integrity? How so?