(TNS) If it seems to you that Democrats aren’t really interested in doing much of anything to fix problems in our country or actually govern, you’d be right and what’s more, you’re not alone.
According to a new Zogby Analytics survey, a majority of Americans — 67 percent – “believe the Democrats are more interested in impeaching the president as opposed to passing legislation.”
That’s more than two-thirds.
But it gets better. According to the same survey, more than half of Democrat voters — 53 percent — feel the same way.
And yet, we’re told by the Garbage Party that they’re doing the bidding of their constituencies. How can that be, when more than half of them would love for Democrats to focus on actually being their representatives? What a concept.
“This feeling of politics first permeated a majority of every subgroup: All felt that Democrats in Congress were more concerned with impeaching the president rather than passing legislation that helps Americans,” Jonathan Zogby told the Washington Examiner.
“Breaking it down into various groups, the Examiner noted that 69% of men, 65% of women (65%), 54% of voters aged 18-29, 56% of Hispanics (56%), 61% of African Americans, 67% of Independents, ad 67% of suburban voters agreed with that statement,” the Daily Wire noted further.
Democrats who control the House are actually passing bills, but they are so Left-wing they have no chance of making it past the GOP-controlled Senate, and they know that. Yet, they pass them anyway so they can say, like impeachment, that ‘they did it.’
There’s more. As Fox News reported, a Gallup poll “Released hours before the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives was poised to impeach President Trump indicates that by a slight 51-45 percent majority, Americans oppose removing the president from office.”
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“According to Gallup, Americans supported impeachment by a 52-46 margin. And the poll, which was conducted Dec. 2–15, indicates that the Republican incumbent’s approval rating has edged up the past two months — from 39% in October to 45% now — as the House held blockbuster public hearings,” the network added.
Why, exactly, did voters give Democrats control of the House in 2018?
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