The matter now moves to the Senate. David Graham at The Atlantic wrote a good piece (link here) last night about why this second impeachment is different.
Two points the writer didn't make also warrant consideration. First, the transgression here is so much more obvious. The last one was over a telephone call none of us heard. Notwithstanding it involved an extremely important issue, it was remote from the common person's perspective.
In contrast, everyone witnessed with their own eyes, many in real time, the horrific result of Trump's treachery: the Capitol was stormed by his raving vulgarian mob determined to overturn the country's lawful vote. He gleefully encouraged and triggered an attempted coup.