HONESDALE, Pa. — Brian O’Neill thinks House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., is the one who should be impeached.
“For putting him through this,” said O’Neill, 53, a resident of this solidly Trump-supporting town of 4,000 in northeastern Pennsylvania, referring to former President Donald Trump, who was acquitted by the Senate on a charge of incitement of insurrection. House impeachment managers, arguing a case backed by harrowing video from the deadly Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol, which Trump was accused of inciting, secured the most bipartisan support for conviction in impeachment history.
Of the proceedings, O’Neill said: “I’ve never seen such an injustice. It was a whole bunch of baloney.”
Terry Smith, 73, a retired mechanic, said he was “relieved” that Trump was acquitted, adding that the trial was a huge waste of taxpayers’ money and everyone’s time.
Smith and O’Neill, like the more than a dozen other Trump voters interviewed across three northeastern Pennsylvania counties that…
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