No, you’re not seeing double. No need to do a double take. The House of Reps is serving up impeachments, and Trump said, “Make mine a double.” The two-faced, two-timing, double-crossing, seditious recidivist, for whom treachery is second nature, is a repeat offender, setting a double standard by becoming the first president to suffer twin falls; getting impeached twice over, suffering double trouble and a second reprimand because he couldn’t accept coming in second place and instead turned America’s Capitol into a two-bit riot act. In other words, Trump finally grew a pair. Now we’re tired of all the twinning. Individual One just made number two. You dropped a deuce, Ace.

+ The debate is raging on, but the impeachment vote is a done deal. The only question is how many Republicans make the move. Here’s the latest from CNN and WaPo.

+ Some GOP House members indicated to reporters that they would have voted for impeachment but they feared for their lives. Folks, this is the very definition of living in an autocracy: Fear of violence bends elected officials away from the people they represent, or the law, in favor of the autocrat’s will. It’s how the mafia runs. It’s how bullies rule the school yard. It’s not how America is supposed to work. Jason Crow: “Some of my Republican colleagues are afraid of the consequences of an impeachment vote. This congress sends our young men and women to war. Not asking my colleagues to storm the beaches of Normandy, only to show a fraction of the courage we ask of our troops. It’s time to lead.” (It’s been time to lead for a long, long time.)

+ Now that Trump has been impeached again, it’s time for the Senate to do its job and convict and remove him. It’s long past time to take the pulpit from the bully. While Mitch McConnell sent word that he approves of the impeachment, he yanked the football away from Charlie Schumer at the last minute: “The spokesman says aides to the Kentucky Republican have told Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s staff that McConnell won’t agree to invoke powers calling senators into emergency session.” That means any conviction of Trump would likely drag into Biden’s term. Not good. This is an emergency. As Liz Cheney said: “There has never been a greater betrayal by a President of the United States of his office and his oath to the Constitution.” If sedition and incitement of an insurrection on the nation’s holiest house is not enough to get you the boot, what is?

+ The situation is so serious that the Joint Chiefs had to issue an unprecedented statement to remind troops that: “The rights of freedom of speech and assembly do not give anyone the right to resort to violence, sedition and insurrection.” They’re trying to tell us something about Trump. Listen.

+ Before the vote, House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy said: “The President bears responsibility for Wednesday’s attack on Congress by mob rioters. He should have immediately denounced the mob when he saw what was unfolding. These facts require immediate action of President Trump.” But then, like many of his GOP colleagues, he argued that impeachment would divide the country. Tell that to the family of the police officer who had his head bashed in with a fire extinguisher. If we can’t find unity when it comes to protecting the Capitol from a seditious president and his rabid mob, then where can we find it. What a sad, sad farce.

+ Jim Jordan, sexual abuse observer, election denier, and sickeningly, medal of freedom recipient: “It won’t just be the president of the United States. The cancel culture will come for us all.” Trump must be removed so that we can cancel this bullshit and the big election lie once and for all. Impeachment is not enough.