Democrat candidates supporting President Trump’s impeachment could help GOP in midterms…
In case you were not aware, there’s supposedly a blue wave coming that will sweep the Democrats into the House and Senate in November. No one seems to know where it’s coming from, but the mainstream media is obsessed with it. Their premise is that the GOP will be destroyed in the midterms because everyone – that would be the Dems and the Left – is so angry at President Trump.
The Democrats have no plan whatsoever to deal with the fact that they have no message other than to obstruct and distract from President Trump’s successes. Their only plan seems to be working hand-in-hand with the mainstream media to distract Americans from the growing economy, successful GOP tax plan, and low unemployment rate, just to name a few of the presidents accomplishments.
Their main concern is to distract from the fact that the only Russian collusion that took place was with Hillary Clinton, not President Trump.
Even MSNBC had to admit the Democrats have no coherent message and no messenger.
The Democrats big plan is to gain the House and the Senate so they can proceed with bogus impeachment charges against the president and if that’s the case, a new poll shows their candidates will lose support, and hopefully the seats they are seeking.
A NPR/PBS Newshour/Marist poll of likely voters shows that whether a candidate supports impeaching President Donald Trump could have an impact during the upcoming midterm elections:
A congressional candidate’s position on whether or not to impeach President Donald Trump could be a motivating factor in this year’s midterm elections. A plurality of registered voters (47%) say they would definitely vote against a candidate for Congress who wants to impeach the president. 42% would definitely vote for a candidate who has that intent, and 10% are unsure.
Notably, three in ten Democrats say they would either definitely vote against a candidate who favors impeachment (18%) or are unsure (12%). 70% of Democrats would definitely vote for such a candidate. Among Republicans, 84% would not back a candidate seeking to impeach President Trump. A plurality of independents (47%) say the same.
“If the question of impeachment dominates the news this fall, like so many other voter concerns, it breaks along partisan lines,” Dr. Lee M. Miringoff, director of The Marist College Institute for Public Opinion, said. “But, because nearly one-third of Democrats are not eager to open up this debate, it is one potential campaign issue that advantages the GOP.”
Unlike Democrat voters, however, Democrat strategists have warned against impeachment campaigns, including one led by one of the party’s most flush donors: Tom Steyer.
In January, the New York Times reported:
Party strategists have pleaded with Democratic candidates for Congress not to join in.
But that donor, Tom Steyer, a California billionaire, has only intensified his attacks in recent weeks. Buoyed by tens of millions of dollars in television commercials — financed out of his own pocket and starring him — Mr. Steyer has become one of Mr. Trump’s most visible antagonists, firing up angry Democrats and unnerving his own party with the ferocity of his efforts.
Mr. Steyer is likely to unsettle national Democrats further in the coming weeks, with a new phase of his campaign aimed at pushing lawmakers in solidly liberal seats to endorse impeachment. Having collected more than four million email addresses from people who signed an impeachment petition, Mr. Steyer has begun prodding those voters to call congressional offices and lobby them for support.
But Steyer, who has claimed Trump is unfit for office, has remained adamant, according to the Times.
“We’re just telling the truth to the American people, and it’s an important truth,” Steyer said. “And if you don’t think it’s politically convenient for you, that’s too bad.”