It’s worse than that. It has turned people against the Democrat party of treason. Their own people. Watch Schumer fall on his sword as this abortion makes it way to the Senate.
“Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer knows his House colleagues bungled their ‘impeachment inquiry’ so badly that they managed to shift public opinion markedly against removing the president. So he’s hoping for a do-over,” the New York Post editorial board writes.
“In other words: do more fishing in hopes of getting something that might damage President Trump.” Here’s the problem: “Schumer is simply supposed to be part of the jury, along with the other 99 senators — and jurors don’t decide the witness list.”
“James Comey has finally admitted some ‘sloppiness’ over the surveillance warrant for former Trump campaign aide Carter Page.” But mere incompetence doesn’t seem to explain it. “Crossfire Hurricane was among the most politically fraught investigations in recent American history,” The Wall Street Journal editorial board writes.
“President Trump’s United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) is finally up for a vote this week — just in time for Christmas.” After a long delay from House Democrats, the NAFTA replacement will mean more high-paying jobs and lower prices on many goods, Heritage Foundation President Kay Coles James writes in The Washington Times.
Polls Show Impeachment is Failing Miserably
Daybreak Insider, December 17,2019:
A CNN poll shows support for impeachment falling quickly, though you’d never know it by the headline, which reads “CNN Poll: The nation remains divided on impeachment as House vote approaches” (CNN). From Ari Fleischer: The real headline on this CNN poll should be “Support for Impeachment Drops Sharply”. It was +7, now it’s -2. A 9-point drop is a big drop (Twitter). An NPR poll had similar results. Lee Miringoff, director of the Marist Institute for Public Opinion, said “It’s like the hearings have never happened” (NPR). Regardless, it appears Democrats in competitive House districts have been convinced to vote in favor of impeachment (WSJ). From Hugh Hewitt: Hating @realDonaldTrump isn’t a political strategy, the opposite in fact. It’s just arrogance and rage combining into re-election for @POTUS unless the D fever breaks. Do Ds really think voters are going to risk this economy because of their impeachment fetish? (Twitter). Byron York called Senator Schumer’s effort the “Brett Kavanaugh model of impeachment. During the Supreme Court justice’s confirmation process, a hearing had already been held, and Kavanaugh appeared on the way to joining the court. Then, up popped a new allegation, the Christine Blasey Ford story, and Democrats demanded the case be reopened, witnesses be interviewed, evidence be gathered, and time be taken for more investigation. Republicans acceded to those demands, and the Kavanaugh confirmation careened off course for a while before GOP lawmakers finally got it back on track” (Washington Examiner). Meanwhile, Quinnipiac, which traditionally has Trump’s approval rating lower than other pollsters, has it at an all-time high for them (Hot Air). The gamblers are moving their money toward Trump reelection (Washington Examiner).
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