Democrat Hypocrisy Climbing with Support of Trump Impeachment

If any president deserved to be impeached, it was Barack Obama. He violated the Constitution and federal laws more than any ten presidents combined, including Donald Trump. Yet no mention was ever made among the self-righteous hypocritical Democrats who are now calling for the impeachment of Donald Trump. Compared to Obama, Trump looks like the proverbial choirboy, yet it’s the choirboy they want to crucify and not most evil and lawless of them all.

Support among American voters for impeaching President Donald Trump jumped five points in one week, pulling almost even with the percentage of Americans who oppose trying to remove him from office.

According to a new poll from Morning Consult released Wednesday, 43 percent of registered voters favor Congress beginning impeachment proceedings, compared to 45 percent who say they should not. With a margin of error of 2 percent, the poll finds support for impeachment essentially tied with opposition.

The Morning Consult poll finds that fewer than half of those who say they believe Trump should be removed from office feel that way because he has already “committed an impeachable offense.” Fully 54 percent of those who favor impeachment say he “has proven he is unfit to serve and should be removed from office, regardless of whether he committed an impeachable offense or not.” …

The scariest part of the issue of impeaching Donald Trump is the growing concern among many experts that his impeachment could very likely lead to a civil war that will result in the deaths of thousands of Americans. It’s ironic that those claiming to want peace and fight against violence are the very ones pushing the nation to perhaps the second most violent chapter in our history.

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