Impeachment Hoax: Polls Show Democrats Committing Political Suicide

The impeachment lust that has tainted House Democrats’ reasoning since the 2016 elections has them on a kamikaze mission. Liberal extremists are so blind with hatred over President Donald Trump exposing their do-nothing corruption in the D.C. Swamp, they are running headlong into a spray of polling numbers that show voters could oust them in 2020.

The impeachment witch hunt has been led by a pair of the most unscrupulous Congressmen in the nation’s history. California Rep. Adam Schiff, whose staff reportedly conspired with the so-called whistleblower, and New York Rep. Jerry Nadler, who continues to claim the president worked with Russia during the 2016 elections despite Mueller’s report fully exonerating him.

These two, along with their aging overlord House Speaker Nancy Pelosi have resisted and obstructed the America First agenda at every step and lost nearly every political battle. Impeachment appears to be their last attempt to prevent President Trump’s imminent re-election as the polls show him surging.

According to recent polls, President Trump now leads all Democrats in the three swing states that matter the most — Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. He is almost assuredly going to win Ohio, Florida and the other key swing states he secured in 2016.

Since the impeachment hoax went into full berserker mode, President Trump reportedly gained a 21-point swing in his favor. The president now enjoys a 9-point lead in Wisconsin, 5-point lead after trailing in Pennsylvania, and a 5-point edge in Michigan after being tied with Democrat frontrunner Creepy Joe Biden.

“Impeachment and removal is opposed by 50.8% of voters in Michigan, 52.2% of voters in Pennsylvania, and 57.9% of voters in Wisconsin,” according to Firehouse Strategies polling data.

“Non-partisan voters in Michigan (70%) and Wisconsin (61%) oppose impeachment and removal while non-partisan voters in Pennsylvania slightly support it (46.4% to 40.9%).

When asked about whether congressional Democrats should be spending their time impeaching Trump or focusing on policy issues, a majority of these battleground-state voters choose ‘focus on policy issues’ (MI: 59.4%; PA: 63%; WI: 67.2%).”

Even in liberal New York, Rep. Anthony Brindisi is staring down a voter base that opposes impeachment by a 54 to 39 margin. And therein lie the rub, Democrat extremists trying to overturn the 2016 election results are about to throw their moderate colleagues under the bus. That’s why Democrats in the House such as New Jersey’s Rep. Jeff Van Drew and Minnesota’s Rep. Collin Peterson are expected to break ranks and join Republicans opposing the ridiculous articles of impeachment vote.

All told, there are 31 House Democrats trying to survive the left-wing leadership’s impeachment suicide mission. They represent districts that President Trump won based on the America First campaign promises. Those policy promises have been fulfilled and are overwhelmingly successful.

If House Speaker Nancy Pelosi secures enough partisan votes to force a trial in the Senate, their prospects of re-election go on life support. Many are looking for a middle ground that doesn’t include trying to negate voter will.

“A small group of vulnerable House Democrats is floating the longshot idea of censuring President Donald Trump instead of impeaching him, according to multiple lawmakers familiar with the conversations,” this according to Politico’s Sarah Ferris and Melanie Zanona.

“Those Democrats, all representing districts that Trump won in 2016, huddled on Monday afternoon in an 11th-hour bid to weigh additional — though unlikely — options to punish the president for his role in the Ukraine scandal as the House speeds toward an impeachment vote next week. The group of about 10 members included Reps. Josh Gottheimer (D-N.J.), Kurt Schrader (D-Ore.), Anthony Brindisi (D-N.Y.), and Ben McAdams (D-Utah.).”

Based on statements by Rep. Schiff and New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the impeachment push is purely a way to upend the 2016 vote and prevent Americans from re-electing Trump in 2020.


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