The opinion piece written by Ken Buck, a Republican and current member of the United States House of Representatives for Colorado’s 4th congressional district, is a strongly worded criticism of the Democrats’ efforts to impeach President Donald Trump. Buck argues that, despite Democrats’ claims to the contrary, the impeachment process has been driven by politics rather than any evidence of wrongdoing. He claims that Democrats have not conducted themselves fairly, that they have refused to take part in a meaningful way in defending the President in hearings, and that they have cherry-picked testimony to support their desired outcome. Buck suggests that Democrats have disregarded constitutional protections and have used the process to influence the upcoming election. Behind these criticisms, Buck suggests that Democrats have launched an attack on the President because they do not accept the outcome of the 2016 election and have pursued a goal of making him “the most unpopular President in history.” In sum, Buck is conveying his disdain for a partisan-driven process that seeks to delegitimize the results of the 2016 election and remove President Trump from office without firmly established evidence of wrongdoing.