Nancy Pelosi may feel safe, pushing impeachment from the comfort of San Francisco. But there are more than a few House Democrats from states that aren’t too keen on attacking President Trump.
Many Democrats are hanging on by a thread, from states that supported Trump in 2016—and today. Now, they are facing the very brutal backlash for their foolish agenda.
We all know the impeachment push against President Trump is going to fail. Big time. Even if Pelosi gets enough Democrats to pass articles of impeachment, the Senate will never remove Trump from office. The resulting case will give Trump opportunity to defend himself, and expose everything he knows about the left.
House Democrats are playing a dangerous game. They’ve been promising impeachment for years. If they chicken out and refuse to vote—after all this talk—hardcore leftists will be outraged. They will simply refuse to vote for Democrats in 2020 to punish them. But there are other Democrats out there, for whom impeachment will be the end of their careers.
These Red-State Democrats come from regions that continue to back Donald Trump. They squeaked into office in 2018—thanks to a flurry of Republican retirements. Their position in Congress is precarious. They can’t openly oppose the president’s agenda—thanks to the overwhelming number of supporters back home. But they can’t back him either—because that would go against their party’s toxic insanity.
But the worst thing they can do is support impeachment. Americans are already disgusted by this charade. Few believe anything that the media is saying. And many are more outraged over the fact that Biden got away with his sleazy moves with Ukraine. Now, congressmen returned to their districts for a few weeks. And the responses weren’t pretty.
Democrats who are back home for two weeks in districts that supported President Trump in 2016 are having to answer questions on impeachment – whether they like it or not.
At one town hall, Illinois, Rep. Sean Casten (D-IL) was confronted by a woman who “tore into” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA), accusing them of “lying their little butts off,”…
Rep. Elissa Slotkin (D-MI), another Democrat in a Republican-leaning district, has also been confronted at town halls back home.
According to a report from the Detroit News, Slotkin’s recent support of an impeachment inquiry has raised “a cacophony of applause, boos and mingled shouts of ‘Let her speak’ and ‘Fake news,’” at crowded gatherings…
Rep. Susan Wild (D-PA) has been also trying to avoid the topic of impeachment.
At a Teamsters Local 773 meeting in Lehigh Valley, she tried to push back against the idea that Democrats are “living, breathing and foaming at the mouth for impeachment.” [Source: Breitbart]
Wow. Things are getting rough back home for Democrats who backed impeachment. They are facing angry mobs at town hall meetings. Wherever they go, they are being confronted over their support of an unjust and partisan impeachment push.
Some of these Democrats are already facing Republican challengers. That will continue. Every Democrat from a red state is willing a brutal and tough 2020 election. And guess what? Most of these Democrats will lose, because they are supporting impeachment.
Americans aren’t on board with impeaching a president that has scored historic wins. Unemployment has reached a 50-year low. We are enjoying energy dominance. Our border is getting secured. More than all that, Trump is putting Americans first—not corrupt, greedy elitists.
Democrats can dress up their impeachment push all they want—but we see it for what it is. It is an attempt to steal power from the people and give it back to the very worst in our society. Impeachment Democrats want to undo all the progress from the last three years.
And Democrats from red states who continue with this? Yeah, they’re going to be in for a rude awakening.
After they return to Washington, don’t be surprised to find more than a few of them will back off impeachment.