(Tea Party PAC) – President Trump recently spoke at a rally in the great state of Florida where he spoke to the people about the whole impeachment fiasco unfolding daily on the news and how the American people are seeing through the Democrats’ “bullsh-t” efforts to get him tossed from office.
This seemed to hit the crowd that showed up to the see president in just the right spot, because they all started chanting “bullsh-t” as the good folks of the audience agreed with Trump’s assessment on this whole mess.
Many polls have come out recently stating that independents and even some Democrats have had enough of the sham impeachment and want Democrats to start focusing on raising up quality candidates for office and an improved policy platform, supporting Trump’s comments from the rally.
Here’s more via Gateway Pundit:
At Trump’s Florida rally, the crowd chants “Bullshit!” after Trump rails against the impeachment hearing:
“They’re pushing that impeachment witch hunt. A lot of bad things are happening to them. You see what’s happening in the polls? Everybody said, ‘That’s really bullshit!'”
At Trump's Florida rally, the crowd chants "Bullshit!" after Trump rails against the impeachment hearing:
"They’re pushing that impeachment witch hunt. A lot of bad things are happening to them. You see what’s happening in the polls? Everybody said, 'That’s really bullshit!'" pic.twitter.com/iOV8e0fRLj
— Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) November 27, 2019
“They’re pushing that impeachment witch hunt, and a lot of bad things are happening to them,” Trump said, after referring to their efforts as a “witch hunt.” “Because you see what’s happening with the polls? Everybody said, ‘that’s really bullshit.’”
As soon as the word left the president’s mouth, the crowd went absolutely wild.
“I don’t want to go on it too long, but all I’m saying is it’s a terrible hoax,” Trump added.
The impeachment efforts has especially alienated Independents. In late October, 47.7 percent supported the charade, but support has now sunk to 41 percent.
Here’s more about the loss of support for impeachment from Democrats via Fox News:
Recent surveys indicate that even Democratic voters are losing interest in impeachment. Meanwhile, 50 percent of independents questioned in an NPR/PBS/Marist poll conducted Nov. 11-15 did not support impeaching and removing Trump from office, with just 42 percent backing such a move. That’s a noticeable dip in support compared with the previous NPR/PBS/Marist poll – conducted the first week in October – when support stood at 45 percent.
And, a Gallup poll conducted the first two weeks of November indicated that 45 percent of independent voters supported impeaching and removing the president – with 53 percent opposing the move. That’s a switch from October, when the previous Gallup survey put the split at 53-44 percent.
Republicans could also use a Senate trial to turn the tables and damage Democrats politically, should the House vote to impeach. With more witnesses testifying, more soundbites would likely emerge to help Republicans and the Trump campaign argue that the impeachment was politically motivated theater, long in the works and foreshadowed openly by Democrats for months, if not years.
The Washington Examiner noted that in a radio interview Oct. 4, before support for impeachment fell sharply, Lawrence was far more supportive of the proceedings against the president.
“I feel strongly that for my legacy, for my time in history, sitting here at this table with an oath of office to protect this country, to protect the democracy of the United States of America, I cannot sit silent, that I must move forward with [impeachment] because this is egregious,” Lawrence said in October.
The House is now comprised of 431 members, meaning Democrats need 217 yeas to impeach Trump. There are currently 233 Democrats, so Democrats can only lose 16 of their own and still impeach the president. 31 House Democrats represent more moderate districts that Trump carried in 2016.
As you can see, the Democrats are definitely losing support for their impeachment efforts, a sure sign that this whole thing is going to end up blowing up in their faces come next year when the election comes to a head.
They are all but guaranteeing a second term for the president.