In their lust to overturn the 2016 election results, House Democrats appear to be digging their own political grave as support for the president surges in recent polls.
Since President Donald Trump stunned Washington insiders by upsetting Hillary Clinton, Democrats have been in a state of complete and utter denial. They put up a candidate who violated national security protocols by arrogantly keeping a secret personal server in her home and shared classified information. Hillary slept through the Benghazi terrorist attacks after denying Americans military support, then lied about what caused their deaths. Frequently selling influence as Secretary of State, she brokered a deal to send America’s enriched uranium stockpiles to Russian oligarchs. In the face of all the obvious reasons why the left lost the House, Senates, and Oval Office in 2016, Democrats cannot come to terms with the fact they had a deeply flawed candidate and terrible policy platform.
Fast forward to today’s Democratic primary race, and the left has even more reason to be afraid they will be ousted in 2020. The leading presidential hopefuls are pushing socialism, higher taxes, and abortion for all. Obama-era leftover Joe Biden stutters and misspeaks repeatedly. Even if he won, Congress would have no choice to impeach him based on corruption during the previous administration. All this fear and loathing within the Democratic party has them attacking President Trump in an effort to sway voters. Their despicable tactics, however, are having precisely the opposite impact.
The persistent “resist and obstruct” policy by Congressional Democrats has them falling out of favor in battleground states. Since California Rep. Adam Schiff began orchestrating his Third World impeachment hoax, voters are throwing increased support behind the president. Schiff and other angry Democrats began secret, closed-door hearings that barred sitting members of Congress from seeing. Schiff also denied access by White House counsel. The disgracefully un-American treatment has caused a significant backlash.
“I appreciate the support of Senator @LindseyGraham, @SenateMajLdr Mitch McConnell, and their Great Senate Republican colleagues, on the resolution condemning the Do Nothing Democrats for their Witch Hunt Impeachment inquiry, behind closed doors in the basement of the United States Capitol!” President Trump tweeted. “They cannot win at the ballot box. Their sham for the past 3 years continues. The good news is that the American People get it, which will be proven once again on November 3, 2020!”
A recent poll conducted by anti-Trump media outlet, CNN, sent chills down Democrats’ spine. The outlet most known for fake news attacks on the Trump Administration conceded that a majority of Americans approve of the president’s job performance. The recent poll indicated that 56 percent of Americans had a favorable view of Trump’s handling of the economy.
What must strike terror into liberal politicians’ hearts is the fact that CNN has run negative stories about the president’s management of the economy, routinely tried to instill recession fears and swore Americans consumers would pay higher prices for goods and materials due to the trade war with China. Considering that was the fake news outlets polling audience, Democrats have warranted fears heading into 2020.
“The president’s overall approval has been tracking up since Wednesday, the first day of the House impeachment hearings. It was at 46% on Wednesday morning, then rose to 48% yesterday and is now at 50%. Two of the three nights in today’s survey follow the highly-publicized hearings,” according to a Rasmussen survey report. At this stage of his four-year term, Trump is one point ahead of where Obama stood.
Recent polls coming out of battleground Wisconsin indicate that a majority of voters now oppose the impeachment hoax. Trump upset Hillary in Wisconsin by a slim 22,000 votes in 2016. His prosperous management of the economy has him surging ahead of potential Democrat nominees. President Trump already enjoys a 3-point lead over Biden and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, a 5-point advantage over Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth “Fauxcahontas” Warren, and an 8-point lead over South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg. Several other candidates trail by double-digits.
Although Wisconsin polls regarding Ukraine-gate get mixed responses, upwards of 68 percent of residents indicate they do not follow the impeachment hoax closely. But, 55 percent of Wisconsin voters give Trump high marks on the economy. Early polls make it abundantly clear the President will win key battleground states by wider margins in 2020.