In recent months, Fox News has been shifting radically to the left.
They are no longer the fair and balanced news station that they tout themselves as.
And Fox News officially joined the anti-Trump resistance with one impeachment announcement.
With a few notable exceptions, Fox News is nothing more than an anti-Trump network at this point.
With anchors like Chris Wallace in top positions, they constantly mirror the fake news lies one would expect on CNN.
And in a recent segment, Wallace went so far as to make up his own.
While speaking to White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, Wallace claimed that Trump is losing support among Republicans.
He claims that Trump following through on his promise to withdraw troops from Syria could end with him being impeached.
Wallace claims that a well-connected Republican told him that there is a 20% chance Republicans will abandon Trump and vote for his impeachment.
“I talked to a very well-connected Republican in Washington this week, somebody whose name you would know well, who says that if the House votes to impeach, and it gets to a trial in the Senate, there is now a 20% chance, he believes, obviously it’s just an estimate, now a 20% chance enough Republicans will vote with the Democrats to remove the president,” Wallace claimed.
Mulvaney called his claim “absurd,” and asked to move back to discussing Syria.
“No, let’s deal with the issue of whether Republicans … you’re losing your support,” Wallace shot back.
Mulvaney went on to tell Wallace that the person he claims to have talked to doesn’t “know what they’re talking about” adding that Trump is “extraordinarily popular.”
If Republicans in Congress were to abandon Trump on impeachment, it would destroy the Republican Party.
Trump holds a historic 94% approval rating among Republican voters.
That is higher than any Republican in history, with the exception of George W. Bush in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 terrorist attack.
Media hacks have been claiming for months that Trump is losing support from Republicans.
But time and time again Trump outperforms in the ratings.
And in his recent rally in Dallas, Texas, Trump was able to bring out tens of thousands of supporters.
No other politician can muster even a quarter of the excitement that Trump has for his campaign.
In fact, Trump’s approval rating continues to hold higher than Barack Obama’s was at the same point in his presidency.
No media outlet ever used that metric to claim that Democrats would support impeaching Obama when he was in office.
But in the case of Trump, they know that they need to impeach him.
If Trump remains in office going into the 2020 election, he will have no problem defeating whatever Democrat he faces.
He is more popular now than he ever has been, and his campaign for re-election has barely even begun.
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