QQOTD: Rear Admiral Barry Black, Senate Chaplain
“Lord, help our lawmakers to store Your promises in their hearts and permit You to keep them from stumbling.”
~ Rear Admiral Barry Black, 62nd Chaplain of the United States Senate, in his opening prayer on February 3, 2020, on the twelfth day of the Impeachment trial of Donald Trump
Which Senate jurors seem to be “stumbling” as Chaplain Black suggests in his opening prayer? Republican or Democratic? How so?
Before the beginning of this trial, did the Senate jurors exhibit a willingness to reserve final judgment before the evidence was examined? Why or why not?
Which side wants the truth, and nothing but the truth? Why would any juror want to squash the evidence available to them?
Is “process” more important than facts? Why or why not?
Historical queries (To be determined in the near or far future):
What does history reveal about this Impeachment trial?