From the very start, House Democrats’ decision to impeach President Trump has been a carefully calculated political move. Without nearly enough votes in the Senate to actually remove Trump from office, damaging his chances of winning reelection has been the motive all along.
According to the latest polls, however, the decision to impeach Trump purely for political purposes may be one that Pelosi and the Democratic Party end up regretting come November 2020.
After the Democratic Party spent weeks making a circus out of a very serious and “sobering” political process, voters in key swing states are starting to lose favor with impeachment.
Across the country, opinions on the impeachment process have soured. Now more than ever, American voters are ready for Congress to put the matter behind them and start working on solving actual problems – and, as they should, they are blaming House Democrats for letting the situation get so out of control.
Since President Trump is all but guaranteed to still be in office and running for reelection in November 2020, these shifting voter opinions spell horrible news for the Democratic Party.
To learn more about how voters in swing states are turning away from impeachment, be sure to check out the video below.