As Democrat rhetoric about impeachment continues to ramp up, Republicans, including President Trump, are daring Democrats to walk the talk:
Trump White House dares Pelosi to hold impeachment inquiry vote: report https://t.co/homjos2cjK pic.twitter.com/uNy0aqqY11
— The Hill (@thehill) October 4, 2019
Republicans are daring House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to hold a formal impeachment vote against President Trump, new Republican National Committee talking points obtained by CNN indicate. https://t.co/lZyBWkNhWg
— CNN (@CNN) October 4, 2019
And there might be a good reason for that:
The NRCC briefed House GOP on private polling conducted Oct. 1-3 in 95 districts (55 D / 40 GOP). Don't expect any cracks in GOP unity: memo concludes voters "are much more willing to vote for a GOP candidate opposing impeachment than a Democrat supporting it."
— Susan Davis (@DaviSusan) October 7, 2019
Democrats seem to know that as well, which is why all the talk of impeachment hasn’t yet move along any formal votes being called.
Democrat polling shows the same, but Dems are so terrified of a primary loss they're being pushed into it.
Grassroots organizations that know how to leverage power — namely showing politicians they can be a numerical problem on Election Day — can be very, very effective. https://t.co/8PQZI2iYFy
— Donny Ferguson ? (@DonnyFerguson) October 7, 2019
Dems really messed up
— DJE?? (@DJE203) October 7, 2019
Just more democrat nonsense. Everyone see's it for what it is.
— Software_Guy?☠️ (@Software_Guy) October 7, 2019
The Dems may well also know they’re sitting on a potentially epic backfire.
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