The second sham impeachment of Donald Trump is over.
Democrats and RINOs alike were hoping to exile him forever.
But Mitt Romney read one poll about Trump that left him shaking.
The Democrats, Mitt Romney, and six other weak-kneed Republicans failed in their attempt to convict Donald Trump in an absurd impeachment charade.
The Democrats accused Trump of inciting the mob that breached the Capitol on January 6th.
The incitement charge was ridiculous on its face because politicians have always used fiery rhetoric as is evidenced by Trump’s impeachment lawyers.
In fact, the rioters stormed the Capitol in the middle of Trump’s speech–where he called for rallygoers to “peacefully and patriotically” protest.
And the FBI said that the attack on the Capitol had been planned on social media weeks in advance.
Worse yet, the Democrats doctored evidence in attempt to bolster their incitement charge.
But the gambit by Romney and the Democrats failed miserably and now Trump is as popular as ever inside the Republican Party.
From The Daily Caller:
“A new Quinnipiac University poll found 75% of Republicans want former President Trump to play a prominent role in the Republican Party.
The poll released Monday, just two days after the Senate voted to acquit the former president, surveyed 1,056 adults, with only 21% of Republican respondents noting their desire for Trump to not play such an outsized role in the party moving forward. The poll was conducted between February 11 and 14, as Trump’s impeachment trial was taking place.”
The RINOs and neocons thought they had regained control of the party, but they did not.
Republican voters are fed-up with their empty promises and surrendering to the left.
The Daily Caller continued:
“Eighty-seven percent of Republicans say the former president should be allowed to hold future office, with only 11% dissenting, while a majority of Americans, 55-43%, say he should be barred from holding elected office again…”
Even if Trump decides not to run again in 2024, he could play the role of kingmaker inside the Republican Party.
“He may be down, but he is certainly not out of favor with the GOP. Twice impeached, vilified by Democrats in the trial, and virtually silenced by social media…Despite it all, Donald Trump keeps a solid foothold in the Republican Party,” said Quinnipiac University polling analyst Tim Malloy.
It was obvious from the start that the sole purpose of the impeachment circus was to bar Trump from running for office again.
Democrats are concerned about his influence – which is why big tech banned him from every social media platform.
The Democrat Media Complex is desperate to silence Trump, but Republican voters are still listening.
Unless the Republican establishment accepts Trump’s platform and stops kowtowing to globalist influence, they’ll never have the support of the voting base.
Trump won in large part because he promised to drain the Swamp.
Reconstituting the Swamp isn’t going to win the hearts and minds of 70 million Republican voters.