The state of the Democratic Party is unlike anything we’ve seen in most of our lifetimes. Despite having control of the House of Representatives and over a dozen radical progressives running for president, they’ve partially adopted a strategy that has individual members and small factions moving in very different directions and at completely different speeds. The strategy they’ve chosen is impeachment, but the message is so disjointed it’s becoming difficult to keep up with the various paths they’re traveling.
Whether Democrats support Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi’s strategy of pushing out information until the people start calling for impeachment, Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s strategy of ready, fire, aim, or anywhere in between, it’s all coming down to a series of sales pitches. Representative Adam Schiff has a sales pitch. Representative Jerry Nadler has a different one. Others are scrambling to join whichever camp seems to be most conducive to making sure they get reelected in 2020, which all depends on how radical their constituents are.
They tried to get it done without impeachment through the Mueller investigation. When that failed, some decided to push the Russia story even further as the basis for impeachment, claiming President Trump obstructed an investigation into collusion that never happened. That didn’t pick up steam among the people, especially after their big gun failed to save them; Mueller’s testimony before Congress should have been the nail in the coffin of impeachment discussions.
Alas, they continued searching for something else to stick. They even brought in Cory Lewandowski in hopes his unpopularity would be the launching point through which they could coax people into believing their impeachment narrative. It didn’t work. Few watched. The pundits who did weren’t impressed. It was another notch in their belt of failure.
Now, they finally have something they think can stick. The Ukraine whistleblower story is the smoking gun they think will finally get them the traction they need with the people who are growing increasingly disenchanted with all the impeachment talk. But along the way, they’re actually drawing more attention to their electoral Trump-killer’s own credibility problems.
Left scrambles to downplay Biden’s words, ‘If the prosecutor’s not fired, you’re not getting the money’
We all know Joe Biden is a gaffe-machine. We also know he was involved in many of the scandals and foul play that were littered throughout President Obama’s time in the White House. Now, we’re learning that Biden used his power as Vice President to pressure the Ukrainian government to fire a prosecutor who was investigating a firm that employed Biden’s own son, Hunter.
This didn’t come from a FOIA request or deep investigations into Biden’s past. It came from the clumsy presidential frontrunner’s own mouth. While speaking before the Council on Foreign Relations, Biden discussed his dealings with Ukraine, including the threats he made if the prosecutor wasn’t fired.
“If the prosecutor’s not fired, you’re not getting the money,” Biden said. “Well, son of a bitch, he got fired.”
Every major progressive media outlet is doing the Democrats’ bidding by attempting to make this story the talk of the nation. But in their zeal to take down the President, the narrative is confusing at best. Someone who may or may not have heard the President make an offer to the Ukrainian government for something or another in exchange for dirt on Joe Biden has come forward and, despite the DoJ hearing it and thinking it’s a nothingburger, the Democrats are now screaming at the top of their lungs for transparency.
It’s turning into such a debacle that some are speculating the whistleblower is actually working on behalf of the White House to make Democrats and the media scramble to grasp a story that isn’t really there. I don’t believe this is the case, but I do know one thing. Whatever the President promised, it’s not going to get average Joe Citizen crying for impeachment alongside AOC any time soon. If anything, it’s news to most Americans that a President isn’t supposed to make promises to foreign leaders. After all, we were told before that telling a world leader the president will have more flexibility after an election was perfectly okay.
Ask Americans on the street if the President should be impeached, and most would say ‘no.” Ask those who say “yes” for their reasoning behind wanting him impeached, and none would be able to give a reasoned response with actual impeachable offenses cited. The reason: There are none. Impeachment is the greatest hoax the new Democratic Party has attempted to sell. They are very well aware they have no real grounds for pursuing it, but in an effort to save face after the Mueller debacle, they feel they must do something or people will realize they’ve done nothing with their control of the House.
They’ve gone too far and most of them know it. But instead of pulling back carefully or even reversing course, they’ve decided to double-down. Some know impeachment would be the death of their party’s chances in 2020. They know they’ll definitely lose any hopes they had at the White House. They’ll almost certainly be unable to take control of the Senate. Impeachment may even be enough to make them lose control of the House of Representatives. It’s a dangerous game they’re playing, but thanks to the radical indoctrination that’s rushing through the party like a fast-moving plague, they don’t see any other options than to move forward with it.
The specter of impeachment says much more about the state of the Democratic Party than it does about the President. As they try to sell nothing as something to the American people, they’re demonstrating that lies are all they have left in the tank.
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