WATCH: Rep. Barry Moore’s full statement on second Trump impeachment

Rep. Barry Moore, R-Ala., argued against a second impeachment of President Donald Trump during a hearing Jan. 13. Democrats are pursuing a quick second impeachment a week after President Donald Trump gave a speech they say incited insurrection. On Jan. 6, while Congress was in the process of counting electoral votes and certifying President-elect Joe Biden’s win, a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol, clashed with police, and forced lawmakers to pause their sessions and evacuate to safety. Moore, who is serving his first term in Congress, drew criticism this week for tweets minimizing and spreading misinformation around last week’s attack. His account was first suspended and then deactivated in lieu of the tweets.

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