As explained in today’s edition of the New York Times, the strategy for Democrats in going after Republicans this election season is going to hinge on impeaching President Trump.
Lol classic. Dems want to impeach the president. Will Republicans overreach? pic.twitter.com/TDIanytAhe
— Seth Mandel (@SethAMandel) April 8, 2018
That should end well.
Republican leaders are raising money and energizing conservatives with warnings about Democrats who want to impeach President Trump https://t.co/qmguZgIm9K
— The New York Times (@nytimes) April 8, 2018
One problem with that particular strategy is, as the following tweet suggests, Republicans usually aren’t pros when it comes to capitalizing on something that could help win an election.
“Republicans Seize” https://t.co/Pnu06lnUnE
— Meech (@michi83) April 8, 2018
On the other hand, it’s also nothing new.
Problem is this “strategy” is a just a re-hash of the GOP’s recent one-page playbook: agitate Republican primary voters. But there aren’t enough of them, particularly as Trump has both tanked in burbs and driven wave of causal Presidential year D voters toward voting in midterms https://t.co/ekmtKo3DpP
— Mike Murphy (@murphymike) April 8, 2018
Same song. Different verse.