This is one of the reasons for low participation in this part of the forum. Under a different topic recently, a member stated that Trump was impeached unconstitutionally. That is completely inaccurate and is misinformation. Had a group of congressmen and congresswomen come together and took a vote of fifteen and deemed the president impeached, that would be unconstitutional. Had Speaker Pelosi simply deemed the president impeached without taking a single vote, that would be unconstitutional.
Spending months investigating whether or not the president abused his power, hearing sworn testimony by those involved directly or indirectly with the situation, and then deciding to draft articles of impeachment is NOT unconstitutional. The Constitution gives the House of Representatives the sole power of impeaching a president and gives the Senate the sole power of convicting or acquitting the president of his impeachment.
It's absolutely hilarious that people of the far-right in this country argue for limited interpretation of the Constitution but decided to change that view when it comes to this. It is not unconstitutional for the House to impeach a president after an inquiry, it is their constitutional duty.
Lastly, let's remember what exactly happened during the inquiry. We had multiple people sworn under oath testifying that the president abused his power and the president refused to defend himself under oath. So, we ended up in a situation where people under oath with the threat of perjury over their heads gave testimonies and a proven liar president refused to defend himself against their testimonies under oath. Using deductive logic, he's guilty of abusing his powers. If he was truly innocent, he would have proven it with records and sworn testimony that those who testified were lying. The Senate–-especially senators from North Carolina, Georgia, Arizona, Colorado, and Maine---will have to answer for their actions in November.