New Polls on Impeachment are BAD News for Democrats

If Adam Schiff and Nancy Pelosi thought that making the impeachment inquiry more transparent was going to change voters minds they are sadly mistaken. And this new polling data backs that up.

By all indications, the Democrats have overplayed their hand beyond description. They’ve gone from beating a dead horse to pulverizing dust where the horse used to be.

You see, this Ukraine stuff might have actually stirred the country. There’s real evidence that a Ukrainian investigation into corruption could have helped President Trump politically. Rational people understand that’s only because the Bidens are so corrupt in the first place, but this still could have been compelling to people who lack critical thinking skills.

Instead, even liberals are rolling their eyes at impeachment, and it’s because we all endured two years of Russiagate. The fact that the Mueller investigation found absolutely nothing on President Trump despite having a stacked, pro-Hillary team of investigators desensitized everyone to political attacks.

We’ve been through this already. It was nothing last time, and we all know it’s really nothing this time. The Democrats overplayed their hand.

What’s crazy is just how many Americans feel this exhaustion. The latest round of polls show it thoroughly. The Democratic Party is in huge trouble, and it’s all their own fault. The video will show you. The Democratic Party might not survive this election cycle.

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