Mike Huckabee Issues A ‘Memo’ To Doug Jones For Voting To Convict President Trump: “Hope You Enjoyed Your Brief Time In The Senate”

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Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee issued a “memo” to Senator Doug Jones (D-AL) after he opted to vote to convict President Donald Trump in the Senate impeachment trial.

Jones, whose U.S. Senate seat is up for grabs in the deep red state of Alabama this year, said in a statement that he “reluctantly” decided to vote to convict the President on both articles of impeachment “after many sleepless nights.”

“After many sleepless nights, I have reluctantly concluded that the evidence is sufficient to convict the President for both abuse of power and obstruction of Congress,” Senator Jones said in a statement addressing his decision.

“The President’s actions placed his personal interests well above the national interests and threatened the security of the United States, our allies in Europe, and our ally Ukraine,” he continued. “His actions were more than simply inappropriate. They were an abuse of power.”

In response to Jones’s statement, Mike Huckabee tweeted: “Memo to Doug Jones of AL: You said you’ve had sleepless nights over impeachment verdict. Good news! After Nov, you’ll be able to sleep late every day. You’ll be back in AL.”

“Hope you enjoyed your brief time in the Senate. If you need some boxes to pack your stuff, let us know,” Huckabee added. See Below

Mike Huckabee Responds To Doug Jones

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Moments later, Huckabee targeted Mitt Romney with a pair of tweets over his decision to side with Democrats by voting to convict President Trump on Article I, and exposed one of Romney’s advisors who allegedly worked with Hunter Biden on the board of Ukrainian oil company Burisma.

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Finally, the former Arkansas governor capped off his tweet storm by warning American voters not to “let their votes stolen by these goons.”

In ending, here is video of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell weighing in on impeachment fallout: