Sane Democrats See Little To Gain From Impeaching Trump, Fear It Will Backfire

In an opinion poll commissioned by Reuters a majority of US Democrat voters say they fear that the latest m,ove to impeach President Trump over the Biden-Ukraine scandal will backfire, giving him a boost into the 2020 US election.  One has to wonder about an epidemic of dementia among leading Democrats, given that their leading hopefuls for the 2020 Presidential Election are all well over seventy and have forgotten that only a few weeks ago after screeching since 2016 that Trump collaborated with Russia to steal the presidency from Hillary Clinton, a major investigation into the affair aimed at gathering evidence to  the impeachment collapsed in ignominy having spent millions of dollars and summoned hundreds of witnesses only to find there was not a single shred of evidence to support allegations of malfeasance by the Trump campaign made by supporters of Hillary Clinton. Right now Democrats looking to impeach Trump have major credibility issues after the Mueller report failed to show that Trump ‘colluded’ with Russia, and a transcript of his call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky failed to show Trump strongarming him into investigating former Vice President Joe Biden and Democrat front runner fort the 2020 nomination and his coke addict son who is known to have had dodgy dealings with Ukrainian oligarchs. Below the picture of a gloating Trump are a few snippets from the Reuters report on the poll.

Among the public, interviews with more than 60 voters across four of the most important counties in the 2020 election showed Republicans largely confident the impeachment process will backfire and Trump will win re-election. Democrats, on the other hand, are worried they may be right.

Marc Devlin, a 48-year-old consultant from Northampton County, Pennsylvania, said he expects the inquiry to “incense” supporters of the president. “This is my fear, that it will actually add some flame to his fire with his base,” he said. “I just fear ‘party over country.’”

Meanwhile:

A Reuters/Ipsos poll taken on Monday and Tuesday showed 37% of respondents favored impeaching the president versus 45% who were opposed. That 37% figure was down from 41% three weeks earlier and down from 44% in May, after the release of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian meddling in the 2016 election. –Reuters

“After this he has a much better chance of winning another election, as scary as that sounds,” said 39-year-old Richard Sibilla of Pinellas County, Florida, who voted for Hillary Clinton in 2016. “It’s not even worth following because it’s all going to help him.

Reuters has set up a project to monitor voters in four key states that could determine the outcome of next November’s presidential election; Pinellas County, Florida; Maricopa County, Arizona; Northampton County, Pennsylvania; and Racine County, Wisconsin – areas which will be among the most targeted by presidential candidates next year.

While Congressional Republicans remain broadly sceptical of Trump, who came from outside the political establishment to win the presidency Republican voters, as expected, are firmly in Trump’s camp having embraced hisd populist rhetoric.

I don’t think he did anything wrong,” said 78-year-old barber shop owner Joe D’Ambrosio of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, who applauds Trump’s efforts to crack down on illegal immigration.

“I have not had one Republican crack or say they’re turning or going the other way. They’re laughing it off. I think it’s going to help him,” said Lee Snover, chair of the Northampton County Republican Committee, who said she felt the impeachment inquiry was simply the latest Democrat attempt to take out Trump.

That sentiment was shared at a meeting of College Republicans United at Arizona State University on Wednesday.

“They have this idea that everyone is siding with them, that Trump is an impeachable president, when really it’s only a minority,” Rose Mulet, 19, said of the Democratic leadership in Congress. “It’s not a reflection of the general public.” –Reuters

That kind of hubris is typical of the far left everywhere in the developed world, these people’s minds are so closed and their self – righteousness so insulated by quasi religious zeal, they cannot see how intelligent person could disagree with their opinion. The same trait can easily be identified in the UK among people who have tried to overturn the vote to leave the EU, and in EU nations among the elitists who still push for a Federal European Superstate in the face of a resurgence in nationalism.

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Moronic American Vice President Gets More Moronic With Shotgun Remarks.

The big controversy going on in the USA aright now centres on the constitutional right to gun ownership. American’s love their guns. President Barack Hussein Obama loves telling Americans what they can and can’t do and right now The Prez Dude thinks Americans shouldn’t have guns (except for those working for him).

Some say the government organized the latest school massacre to provide an excuse for confiscation of guns. This is probably not true but The White House is certainly using the atrocity as propaganda to help achieve it’s political goals. And encountering a lot of opposition.

So far team Obama have backed off their initial position and are only looking at banning assault rifles. Boggart Blog is with them there, why do citizens need AK47s to deal with queue jumpers at the supermarket?

The National Rifle Association maintains it is the constitutional right of every American to own a machine gun, a rocket propelled grenade launcher and a DIY thermo nuclear device. Into the fray steps America’s greatest idiot, Vice President Joe Biden.

“You don’t want a rifle for defending your home against burglars,” Joe says, sounding for all the world like a Harry Enfield character, “What you want is a shotgun.”

Now we are not experts on guns and such but we know that an assault rifle can be set to fire single shots. Therefore to deal with a single intruder in your home only one misssile would be discharged, quick fix with polyfilla to fill the hole in the plaster and a dab of emulsion paint your home is as good as new.

Blast somebody with a shotgun at close range however and there would be so much mess you are looking at redecorating completely, plus a visit from the carpet cleanrs. And you would be finding scraps of human tissue on your books, objets d’art, CDs and your precious vinyl collection for years.

But nobody can accuse Joe the Idiot of not thinking things through. In his “Buy a shotgun” video below he give his reasons in the Bizarro World logic favoured by American politicians.

So here’s the vice president of the United States encouraging you to go on out and get yourself a 12-gauge, just like the one he’s got. Why? Because it’s easier to aim and use than an automatic rifle, (which … I’m pretty sure isn’t true, but WTF?) Just buy a shotgun. Buy a shotgun. That way, if ever you have a psychotic episode and decide to set off on a random killing spree, the death toll will be limited. Unless you have a big bag of cartridges and can reload quickly …