Actual impeachments of 19 federal officers have taken place. Of these, 15 were federal judges: Twelve district court, two court of appeals (one of whom also sat on the Commerce Court), and one Supreme Court Associate Justice. Of the other four, two were Presidents, one was a Cabinet secretary, and one was a U.S. Senator.
so cite a source or name names and you will educate me
One of the two above later became a U.S. citizen, was eligible to run for office and returned to the Senate,
I will place a telephone call to the Senate Historical Office tomorrow unless you prefer to do the deed yourself. The number is 1(202)224-6900.
And a note of warning: Wikipedia is wildly undependable as an information source, particularly when it comes to a controversial political subject like non-citizen ‘usurpers’.
“Actual impeachments of 19 federal officers have taken place...and one was a U.S. Senator.”
According to the Senate Historical Office, no Senators have ever been impeached. They are expelled.
However, one Senator, William Blunt of Tennessee, was going to be impeached for treason but was expelled instead so the impeachment proceedings were dropped.
The person I spoke with, Berry Koed, was unable to tell me who specifically were usurpers prevented from taking seats in the Senate. Sorry.
The person who originally told me about these two usurpers was a historian and an acquaintance of good repute. Unfortunately there doesn’t seem to be any written evidence I can find to verify that information. That doesn’t mean it doesn’t exist — only that I can’t locate it at this time.