The Democrats’ impeachment witch hunt is about to reach its end game.
The battle lines are drawn and both parties dug in for the final battle.
Now Brett Kavanaugh is about to play this surprising role in impeaching Donald Trump.
Trump campaign officials, White House advisors and Republican strategists in Washington all believe impeachment is backfiring on the Democrats.
Polling data backs that up as surveys show the American people turning against impeachment, the President’s job approval rising and Donald Trump leading or gaining ground on all his major Democrat rivals in hypothetical head to head matchups.
Republicans credit the tides turning in the President’s favor to the GOP base uniting in opposition to the impeachment witch hunt.
They compared it to the October 2018 surge many Republicans in key state races saw after the Democrats trotted out Christine Blasey Ford and other women to lob false allegations of sexual misconduct against Brett Kavanaugh to try and derail his confirmation.
POLITICO exclusively reported:
But Republican operatives and Trump aides say impeachment has electrified the president’s base heading into an election year. They compare the current moment to last year’s scorched-earth fight to appoint Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Not since sexual assault accusations against the former White House lawyer resulted in the most contentious Senate confirmation process in years have the president’s core supporters been more energized. In their view, Trump — like Kavanaugh — is merely the victim of a smear campaign: guilty of nothing and targeted only because of ideology and politics.
While Republicans did lose control of the House, the GOP picked up two Senate races and won major swing state Gubernatorial contests in Ohio, Iowa and Florida as voters rejected the Democrats’ smear campaign against Kavanaugh.
The Brett Kavanaugh experience was instructive in other ways.
Even Never Trumpers like Ben Sasse and RINOs like Susan Collins, Mitt Romney and Jeff Flake voted to confirm Kavanaugh in the face of an intense Democrat Party and fake news media pressure campaign.
Some of these anti-Trump Senators will be jurors in a Senate trial and no one believes any Republican will break ranks and join the Democrats in voting to convict the President.
The GOP base’s united support for President Trump in the face of the Democrats’ un-American scheme to subvert democracy could also prevent a replay of 2016 where you had elected Republicans vocally opposing Donald Trump’s candidacy.
Democrats should also worry that Republicans gained Senate seats and won major statewide races in 2018 despite the fact that nearly nine million voters that backed President Trump in 2016 did not turn out in 2018.
Those voters – many of whom flipped from voting for Barack Obama twice to supporting Donald Trump – will rush to the President’s defense in the wake of impeachment the way traditional GOP voters rallied to the Republican Party candidates’ side as the Kavanaugh smear campaign fell apart.
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