Democrats are kicking their impeachment efforts into overdrive.
They will do everything in their power to make sure Trump gets removed from office.
And Trump was red with rage after getting the impeachment news he fears.
Despite being a duly-elected President, Trump is facing calls for impeachment.
He has been facing calls for impeachment since the day he took office.
And their plans to impeach him have been in the works long before that.
In the summer of 2016, months before the election, Democrats were working with the Justice Department to form the infamous Mueller investigation into Russia collusion.
Of course, despite having two years to make the case for it, Mueller’s investigation did not give them the excuse to impeach Trump.
But now they finally have what they are looking for in the impeachment fight.
Nancy Pelosi is supporting impeachment, using claims from a so-called “whistleblower” that Trump threatened the president of Ukraine to force him to investigate Joe Biden.
The transcript of the call in question proves that isn’t true.
And the “whistleblower” himself still isn’t identified, but what we do know is troubling.
He is a male CIA agent assigned to the White House, who reports claim was a registered Democrat.
So he’s a biased individual who possibly used his position in the CIA to spy on the President.
Unsurprisingly, this is who Democrats are counting on in their impeachment fight.
And surprisingly, they are gaining more progress than they have before.
While impeachment is still very unlikely, they seem to have more support than they ever have.
A poll in Ohio, where Trump won in 2016, shows that there is a plurality of support from voters for impeachment.
The Emerson College poll shows that 47% of voters support impeachment, while 43% oppose it, and 10% are unsure.
Considering that Ohio is a key swing state, this is concerning news for President Trump.
Of course, the poll itself should be taken with a grain of salt.
After all, Trump is well known to outperform polls, including in Ohio.
Going into the 2016 election, Ohio was not a state Trump was going to win according to virtually every poll that came out.
Hillary Clinton was supposed to sweep rust belt states like Ohio and Pennsylvania.
But surprisingly voters, who Trump called the “silent majority”, came out to disprove the mainstream media and elect Trump.
This impeachment poll may not be factoring in those same voters they neglected to recognize in 2016.
With the way the economy is going, Trump is sure to get those voters back out to vote for him again.
The latest numbers show that unemployment is reaching the lowest levels in history, with September seeing a 50-year low rate of 3.5 percent unemployment.
This is due to Trump’s tax cuts, along with his new trade policies that put American workers before workers in other countries.
So while this poll should concern Trump, it is likely not as big of a deal as it seems.
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