As the President himself has begun to warn us, the 2018 midterms could mean the difference between impeachment and prosperity.
Sure, this sounds grim. And it’s meant to. The left could do a whole lot of damage if they are suddenly on the receiving end of a landslide of support from America.
Think of it this way: They are already radicalizing without a great deal of support from the average American, and the fracas that these fringe progressive have already induced has been shocking. Imagine what they could do if the “blue wave” actually materialized?
The First Amendment? Out the window. The Second Amendment? Gone. The President? Impeached.
…or so they would have you believe. There’s only one problem with that idea: Americans disagree.
A majority of Americans believe “there is not enough cause” for the House of Representatives to even start impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump, according to a CNN poll released on Wednesday.
The poll asked: “Do you think there is or is not enough cause right now for Congress to begin hearings into whether or not President Trump should be impeached?” The survey found that 53% did not think there is enough cause and even 20% of those who think Trump should be impeached also agreed that there is “not enough cause” for the House to start impeachment proceedings.
If Democrats win back the House in the fall, party leaders will be under considerable pressure from its left-wing base to impeach Trump. The CNN poll found that a whopping 78% of Democrats believe Trump should be impeached and removed from office.
But that democratic majority doesn’t hold water when you try to characterize the entire nation in such a way.
The only concern now is the fact that the democrats have largely ignored the will of We The People for decades. Who’s to say that they won’t simply ignore us again in their quest to delegitimize The Donald?