Nancy Pelosi thought the Mueller Report would be the deathblow to Donald Trump’s Presidency.
Mueller’s Democrat pit bulls authored a partisan report smearing President Trump as a lyint, corrupt criminal.
But Pelosi’s celebration was cut short when she could not believe her eyes at the results of this brand new poll.
The Mueller report was supposed to convince the American people that Donald Trump must be removed from office.
Mueller’s supposedly sterling reputation as a former FBI Director would give his account of Trump’s supposed “crimes” the veneer of being the “authoritative” account of the inner workings of the Trump administration.
Democrats expected Americans would digest Mueller’s report and conclude that an honest lawman said the President was a criminal and demand Congress turn him out of office.
It did not happen that way.
An ABC/Washington Post poll taken in the wake of the Mueller report showed the lowest support for impeachment at its lowest point.
A new poll shows support for impeaching President Donald Trump has sunk to a new low following the release of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on now-debunk collusion between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia.
According to an ABC Nws/Washington Post national survey released Friday, support for impeachment dropped to 37, down from 40 percent in January. Support of the president’s ouster hit a survey high of 49 percent in August. Support rose for the measure to 62 percent among Democrats, yet tumbled 36 percent with independents. Only 10 percent of Republicans support it.
The survey comes after the Department of Justice released a redacted version of the Mueller report earlier this month, which concluded the Trump campaign did not collude or conspire with the Kremlin. Based on the special counsel’s findings, Attorney General William Barr and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein determined President Trump did not obstruct justice. Barr offered Congressional leaders an opportunity to view certain redacted exceptions unredacted — an offer rebuffed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and fellow top House Democrats. Instead, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler opted to subpoena the full report and its underlying evidence. Barr is also slated to testify before the House Judiciary Committee next Thursday on Mueller’s findings.
Low public support for impeachment is not surprising.
The report exonerated Trump on the issue of Russian collusion – which is how this whole witch hunt started in the first place.
When the Democrats and Mueller shifted the focus to obstruction, the American people tuned this farce out because they saw it was no longer a legitimate investigation but an attempt at character assassination to facilitate impeachment.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.