Alexah Rogge 

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Congressman Fulcher released the following statement in regard to the upcoming vote to impeach President Donald Trump.

“Our Congress’ legislative process was put in place to facilitate debate, improve ideas, and ensure minority voices are heard throughout. Though these official processes have been trampled by Speaker Pelosi’s recent rule changes to lessen the voices of the minority party, the fact remains – there IS a process. 

The attacks on our Capitol on January 6th have no place in politics, and cannot be tolerated as any sort of norm when official processes are being carried out—no matter how divisive or contentious the issue being addressed.

On January 20th, the process will take place to inaugurate a new President, and I believe, if our republic is to survive, we must respect that.

I anticipate this will be made only more difficult and divisive by further attempts to impeach President Trump in the House, with only days left in his term, and without proper hearings or investigations taking place. As reiterated in my attached letter to the Speaker sent January 9th, this is not the time to drive the partisan wedge deeper.”

The January 9th letter sent from Congressman Fulcher to Speaker Pelosi is attached, and can be viewed online here.