By Robert Willmann
Four impeachment resolutions were filed on 11 January 2021 in the House of Representatives against President Donald Trump : H.Res. 34 by Maxine Waters with 8 cosponsors, H.Res. 26 by Sheila Jackson Lee with 33 cosponsors, H.Res. 32 by Ilhan Omar with 84 cosponsors, and H.Res. 24 by David Cicilline with 160 cosponsors. H.Res. 24 seems to be the one getting the most attention .
The proposed resolution to ask Vice President Mike Pence to start the 25th Amendment's procedure to declare a president incapable of executing the duties of the office has zero cosponsors, and is H.Res. 21, introduced by Jamie Raskin. An attempt to get unanimous consent to take the resolution to the floor failed. I think there will not be any floor debate on that one (See update below).
So far today, 12 January, the House has done nothing on any of the resolutions. This morning it was in session for almost four minutes about electing members to standing committees, and then recessed subject to the call of the Chair .
The "Blue Dog Coalition" of 18 Democrats in the House are not Trump supporters but will probably not be in automatic agreement with everything Speaker Nancy Pelosi might want, which may narrow the Democratic majority on some issues .
Careful investigation of the events of 6 January at and around the White House and Capitol building is essential, along with the public release of all videos and images that can be obtained.
UPDATE, 5:27 p.m. central time: The House is going ahead with a floor debate about H.Res. 21 to suggest to Vice Pres. Pence that he start the process of the 25th Amendment. It can be seen at the "live" House website at the link below and at c-span.org.
 House Resolution 24, filed on 11 January 2021.