N.Y. Post‘s Ebony Bowden: “An articles of impeachment accusing President Trump of ‘inciting an insurrection‘ have been drafted by House Democrats in the wake of the deadly Capitol siege and will be formally introduced on Monday, according to reports.

“The document, which has over 150 sponsors, accuses Trump of violating his Constitutional duty by encouraging a crowd of his supporters to fight the vote to certify Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory.

“In all of this, President Trump gravely endangered the security of the United States government. He threatened the integrity of the democratic system, interfered with the peaceful transfer of power, and imperiled a coordinate branch of government,” the document reads.

It is the second time that Congress has moved to impeach Trump. He was impeached by acquitted at trial by the Senate last year after he was accused of improperly pressuring the Ukrainian government to investigate Joe Biden and son Hunter Biden.

No president has ever been impeached twice.”

“Trumpism will be a political movement in the future, and maybe a powerful one; on Wednesday, even after the riot, more than half of the Republicans in the House of Representatives refused to certify the Presidential election, even though no one has introduced any credible allegations of fraud. Congress has a similar opportunity to the one it had in 1865: to punish a political crime, and so to shape its memory.” — from “Trump Must Be Held Accountable,” by Benjamin Wallace-Wells, 1.8.21.

Meanwhile, Sen. Lisa Murkowski has become the first Republican member of the Senate to call for President Donald Trump’s resignation.