By Duncan Smith
They still don’t get it…or him.
Democrats and RINOs, along with the lame brain mainstream media, have yet to figure out Donald Trump’s appeal to his base.
And they keep proving it over and over and over again.
We all know why Democrats are trying to impeach Trump for the second time…and for the second time over a fabricated narrative.
And we know why some establishment Republicans are on board with it: They are trying to take Trump’s Republican Party away from him.
Citing the vast majority of the House Republican caucus that voted against impeaching President Donald Trump following last week’s riot at the U.S. Capitol, some say that the GOP is still Trump’s party.
The Democrat-led House voted on Wednesday to impeach Trump 232-197, arguing that Trump incited his supporters during the “Stop the Steal” rally that took place the day of the riot at the U.S. Capitol.
In total, 10 House Republicans voted in favor of impeachment, fewer than many had predicted.
Colorado Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert said that a majority of the House GOP caucus voted against impeachment, but some news reports are suggesting that the GOP is fractured and no longer behind Trump.
“The ‘journalists’ writing articles about how the GOP is no longer behind Trump should understand that 197 House Republicans voted against impeachment,” she tweeted. “Only 10 voted yes. 96% of the party voted no.”
Boebert called on the House to focus on the economy, writing, “Hey @TheDemocrats! I've found something we can focus on instead of pointless impeachments!” In the tweet, Boebert linked to an article about how jobless claims climbed to 965,000 in the first week of January.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has already admitted she held up new COVID-19 relief for Americans and businesses because she wanted the president to suffer from the political fall-out.
What a POS she is.
But what she hasn’t ever been able to do is separate the president from his legions of supporters — far more than she and Democrats will ever get (and no, Joe Biden’s ’80 million votes’ are not real).
The GOP remains Donald Trump’s party. The RINOs dismiss this fact at their own political peril.
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