Democrats have a massive credibility problem. And it can’t be fixed, at least not by Democrats.
Democrats blatantly lied about Trump on multiple occasions. They lied in hopes of turning the nation and the world against Trump. They hoped that by targeting Trump, people wouldn’t notice that the real target was most of America.
Poll after poll shows the Democrats in deep trouble. At no time in the history of our constitutional republic have the Democrats found themselves in such dire straits; thus their full panic mode.
The J6 hearings are an attempt to cover up for some of their issues, but the results are dismal.
First, Democrats look stupid and desperate. Lucky for them, nobody’s watching.
Twenty million watched at the onset. And the numbers drop daily with now less than 10 million watching. And this includes the TV at the hotel where I stayed that had the hearings on in the lobby with nobody watching. So real number of viewers is far less than reported.
Next, courts are looking at the real evidence and letting the so-called “insurrectionists” go. Videos show no insurrection, but people being allowed into the Capitol building by Capitol Hill police. They aren’t trashing and looting the place, but merely ambling around.
And what of Congressman Adam Schiff?
Remember when Schiff promised to provide conclusive evidence of Trump’s collusion with Russia?
We never got that evidence, yet Schiff promised the same for the Jan 6 hearings.
Something tells me that Schiff won’t produce this evidence either. Because you can’t produce what you don’t have.
Hillary Clinton chimed in on the problem Democrats have. The New York Post reported:
Hillary Clinton has warned fellow Democrats that their obsession with transgender issues and defunding the police could cost them the 2024 presidential election.
The failed presidential candidate — who insisted it was “out of the question” that she would run again — agreed when the Financial Times pointed out that her party appeared to be “losing focus by elevating activist causes” that “are relevant only to a small minority.”
In particular, Democrats appeared fixated on the “transgender debate,” the FT’s US national editor, Edward Luce, pointed out, quipping, “What sense does it make to depict JK Rowling as a fascist?”
Clinton, 74, agreed with his premise, Luce said, telling him, “We are standing on the precipice of losing our democracy, and everything that everybody else cares about then goes out the window.
“Look, the most important thing is to win the next election. The alternative is so frightening that whatever does not help you win should not be a priority,” she said.
I guess Clinton has become quite the armchair quarterback after her continued epic fails. But no matter how much she coaches from the sideline, there will be no wins for the left anytime soon.