Democrats in Trouble: ‘Impeach Trump’ Message Flatter than Road Kill
Leftists are perplexed. They have thrown everything at Donald Trump, only to come up empty.
What’s worse; they’ve been found out.
Obama’s message died years ago. And Hillary Clinton proved as worthless as a pocket on the back of a shirt.
The Democrats’ only message is they hate Republicans, particularly conservatives. They chose Trump as the Pied Piper of conservatism. They wanted Trump as their opponent. But look how that has gone.
Pre-election Trump was formidable. Post-election Trump is unbeatable.
‘Impeach Trump’ rhetoric falls on deaf ears. Impeach Trump for what? For being a much better president than Obama could even dream of being? For being a veritable rock star in politics?
Democrats must now look inward, at their own brand. And the consensus is the Democrats must rebrand.
According to Politico: Democrats want to offer America a “better deal”:
The rebranding attempt comes as Democrats acknowledge that simply running against President Donald Trump wasn’t a winning strategy in 2016 and probably won’t work in 2018 either. The slogan, which is still being polled in battleground House districts, aims to convince voters that Democrats have more to offer than the GOP and the self-proclaimed deal-maker in the White House.
But even as Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi prepare a jobs package centered on infrastructure, trade and the minimum wage, some of their most vulnerable members are making other plans.
Several moderate Democrats facing reelection next year told POLITICO that no matter what leadership does, they’re preparing to craft their own pitch to voters. The ideological and political divides that gripped the party during the Hillary Clinton-Bernie Sanders primary wars are far from healed, and leadership may not find universal support for the left-leaning platform, particularly from those trying to defend seats in Trump-friendly states.
Unfortunately, the Democrats’ idea of a brilliant economic plan is a hot mess.
In the article, Politico points out a few of the train wrecks bound to happen under Democrat leadership.
Senate Democrats already have proposed an infrastructure plan that calls for $1 trillion in direct federal spending rather than the White House’s approach of leaning heavily on private developers.
Schumer and Pelosi are also aligned on legislation that would more than double the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour, which Pelosi has vowed to pass within 100 hours if Democrats take back the House next year.
Clearly, $15 an hour isn’t viable in every part of the country. Moreover, who does this policy hurt the most? The poor.
Leftists claim to help the poor, but doubling the minimum wages means cutting the poor’s income by half. These ideas are what the Left call “progressive.”
Trump is the first president to actually fix the economy on Day 1.
And this is why the impeachment message fails.
For months now, Democrats like Maxine Waters have demanded that Trump be impeached. Waters believes this type of idiot-speak will rally her base. But keep in mind that blacks didn’t support her or Hillary Clinton’s message in Nov. at the poll booths. Nor will they support her going forward.
Truthfully, many leftists like Trump. His demolition of the media showcases his tenacity. Further, he has been vindicated in the court of public opinion. The more the media and other leftists do to denigrate the president, the more their actions backfire.
Remember the anti-Trump protests leading up to the elections. The Dems paid for these in hopes of a win. After Trump won, leftists escalated their vitriol, directing more funds towards protests.
When Black Lives Matter failed, the Democrats started Antifa. Now that evil fruit dies on the vine.
Put succinctly, the Democrats are out of bullets. The ones they shot hit Trump and bounced off. Because President Trump may not be Superman, but he might be his younger brother.
On this you can bet. President Trump has as much chance of being impeached as Hillary Clinton has of being a Victoria’s Secret model.