How Democrats’ IMPEACHMENT STRATEGY Backfired

How Democrats’ IMPEACHMENT STRATEGY Backfired

Bonehead leftists have wanted to destroy Donald Trump once he became the Republican nominee; ironically, an eventuality Democrats orchestrated.

But when Trump accidentally won the presidency, leftists lost their minds. So with no basis, Democrats called for impeachment.

“Unfit for office,” they yelled of Trump. Maxine Waters led an “Impeach Trump” chant at a Glamour Magazine event:

Originally, Democrat leadership–the whites–even wanted Trump removed from office, if not outright impeached.

Democrats 5 times introduced 5 articles to impeach the president since he’s been in office.

“I will stand here in the well of the Congress, and I will call for the impeachment of the president of the United States of America.” –Al Green

 Impeachment is what people understand,” Cohen told the Times. “I’ve got a very safe district that is very supportive of impeachment…- Steve Cohen

However, that suddenly changed.

Now Democratic leadership no longer wishes to impeach Trump. Instead they claim to focus on “unifying the country.”

While speaking at an event Nancy Pelosi tried to muzzle impeachment talk saying its “not important right now.”

“Republicans would love for us to make our campaign about the impeachment of Trump,” Pelosi said, according to an editor at Cosmopolitan magazine. “That’s not what it’s about. It’s about the well being of American families. He’s just not that important. Impeachment would further divide us, not bring us together.”

The Impeachment Backfire

The Democrats claim the Republicans are divided. They say the Republicans are in trouble. Yet, President Trump got 100% of Republicans to support his tax bill. Speaker Paul Ryan and Senate Majority Leader, both RINOs who fought against Trump now rally to support his presidency.

Yet, the Democrat leadership can’t keep their dogs on a leash.

What does this say about the internal unity of the Democratic Party when Democrat minions ignore leaders Pelosi and Schumer?

Adding to Democrat woes, Trump received credit from some House Democrats. New York Rep. Eliot Engel, the top Democrat on the Foreign Affairs Committee is one example.

While he has supported articles of impeachment in the past he has recently credited Trump for his decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

“I support the decision to recognize Jerusalem as the eternal capital of Israel and to move the U.S. embassy there,” the New York Democrat said. “It recognizes where Israel’s government — the parliament and the prime minister — is based, as well as the ancient and unbreakable connection between the Jewish people and Jerusalem.”

I certainly see that rift continuing to develop.

But if the polls are true, the Democrat leadership has a bigger problem on its hand…with the base.

As NBC news reported:

Prominent Democrats in the House and Senate have emphasized they are not looking to impeach President Donald Trump. But with the 2018 midterm elections quickly approaching, the Democrat Party soon won’t be able to escape the impeachment issue, according to NBC News.

With a majority in the House of Representatives, Democrats would in theory be able to impeach the president, though they would need a two-thirds vote in the Senate to actually convict Trump and force him out of office.

According to an NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll conducted last month, a significant majority of Democrat voters — 70 percent — indicated that Congress should hold impeachment hearings.

But citing competitive primary battles, as well as “pressure from the party’s base” and millions of dollars in donations from liberal California billionaire Tom Steyer, NBC claimed impeachment will be “impossible to ignore,” even if there are no bombshell developments in special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe.

Though Democrats got wins in a couple of elections, they invested much. In 2018, things will be much more difficult.

Democratic donor Tom Steyer says he has spent $90 million in the 2016 election including $30 million in an attempt to help Democrats regain control of the House in 2018 and $20 million as part of a campaign to convince the public that Trump should be impeached.

Steyer has said if Democrats ignore impeachment he will be putting pressure on the public to urge Democrats to stick to their word.

“We know this makes some of our friends and allies in this city uncomfortable,” Steyer said. “Millions of Americans know this president is unfit to be president. They need to know that a Democratic Congress would do what is morally and urgently necessary.”

What will Democrat leadership say to Steyer, when Trump remains in office.

What’s worse, the better President Trump does, the less the Democrats’ chances of success in 2018 and 2020.

It will be a long and bumpy ride for the Party of Slavery.


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