Democrats’ Impeach Trump Army: $110 Million Budget, Thousands of Staff and Volunteers

Democrats’ Impeach Trump Army: $110 Million Budget, Thousands of Staff and Volunteers

Billionaire Democratic donor Tom Steyer despises President Trump so much that he is willing to invest $110 million to have him impeached. Steyer, who started his impeachment campaign against Trump right after he was inaugurated, has spent $20 million so far on a national ad campaign called “Join Us.

He urges those who watch his ad to contact members of Congress and demand they bring up articles of impeachment.

“People in Congress and his own administration know this president is a clear and present danger who is mentally unstable and armed with nuclear weapons,” Steyer, who bills himself as an “American citizen,” says in the ad. “And they do nothing.”

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With the primaries coming up in November, Steyer is taking his impeachment campaign to a whole new level, building a virtual army to work the streets and the phones encouraging people to vote Democrat so impeachment proceedings can begin.

Breitbart reports:

Steyer’s organizations, NextGen America and Need to Impeach, will also have a combined 1,000 employees and 2,000 staffers as they take the case for impeachment to voters in November, according to Politico. Though House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has discouraged impeachment talk, grass roots Democrats favor the idea.

Politico reports:

Tom Steyer plans to spend at least $110 million in 2018, making the billionaire investor the largest single source of campaign cash on the left and placing him on a path to create a parallel party infrastructure with polling, analytics and staffing capabilities that stand to shape and define the issues the party runs on in November.

Steyer is building out an operation that’s bigger than anyone’s other than the Koch brothers’ — and the billionaire and his aides believe the reservoir of nontraditional voters he’s already activated could become the overriding factor in House and other races across the country.

Between the two organizations, he’ll have close to 1,000 people on staff, in addition to over 2,000 volunteers. The Need to Impeach email list alone has already topped 5.5 million, which its research — anyone who signs up with the effort has their information run through a series of voter files and other databases — shows includes a very exact 697,780 infrequent voters in the 63 most competitive House districts.

“Our list is bigger than the NRA’s — and we’re going to make sure that it votes that way in 2018,” said Kevin Mack, lead strategist for Need to Impeach.

Breitbart reports:

Steyer claimed earlier this year that Democrats must embrace impeachment if they want to win the midterm elections and return to power. Politico adds that Steyer’s internal polls show that Republican voters are not yet motivated by the desire to prevent Trump from being impeached — which has been a major fear of the Democratic Party establishment, which has tried to suppress the idea.

Steyer, who has already spent tens of millions of dollars on pro-impeachment advertising, will hope for a better return on his investments than he experienced in 2014, when he spent roughly $75 million, only to see Republicans take the Senate.

Tom Steyer sat down down with WMUR Political Director Adam Sexton on CloseUP in July to discuss his call for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.

 


 

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