In the worst showing for a new President in history, over 40% of the electorate want Putin’s Bitch impeached.
There are (at least) three crimes he can be impeached for…So far –
- His treasonous relationship with Putin and interference with the election – Republicans fear this one the most, because legally it means Hillary won the election. Treason is a “High Crime” as defined by the Constitution – and is a Criminal Act.
- His “Conflict of interests” – Trump continues to hold events for which he charges the US Government and taxpayers millions of dollars on his properties. Money which directly goes into his pockets. He has also pushed regulations which directly benefit him financially. Third World Tinpot Dictators should have it so good. This, just as his Treason falls into the area of criminal activity.
- His order Banning immigration from Muslim Countries he has no business interests in, is un-Constitutional, But that isn’t the real problem. The issue is ordering Homeland Security to continue deportations and VISA removals even after a Federal Judge ruled them un-Constitutional. That, as defined by the Constitution is a “High Crime”.
Republicans put Party before the welfare of the nation – so they are actively blocking Investigations and Congress moving forward at this point. Perhaps when 10 million people show up in DC demanding their heads they will get the message.
The article below is from The Hill, which describes anything that is bad news for a Republican…As “Left leaning”.
Forty percent of registered voters support impeaching President Trump, according to a poll released Thursday from the left-leaning Public Policy Polling (PPP).
Nearly half of voters, 48 percent, are opposed to impeaching Trump, and 12 percent remain unsure, according to the poll.
Pollsters also found that a majority of voters, 52 percent, would prefer former President Obama in his old role rather than Trump; 43 percent prefer Trump, and 5 percent are uncertain.
“Usually a newly elected president is at the peak of their popularity and enjoying their honeymoon after taking office,” PPP President Dean Debnam said in a statement.
PPP polling found that 49 percent of voters disapprove of Trump’s performance since his inauguration on Jan. 20 and 47 percent approve.
Overall impressions of Trump remain negative, according to the poll, with 52 percent viewing him unfavorably and 45 percent viewing him favorably.
A number of major protests have punctuated the first two weeks of Trump’s presidency, including over women’s issues and Trump’s order last week denying U.S. entry to travelers and refugees from several Muslim-majority countries.
Democrats and civil rights organizations have hammered Trump’s move as unconstitutional and biased against Muslims. Trump has dismissed those criticisms, arguing that the order is crucial for protecting the nation from terrorism.
Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-Texas) on Wednesday said Congress should mullimpeaching Trump if he orders federal agencies to ignore a judge’s ruling halting parts of that order.
“There should be a resolution of censure,” he told BuzzFeed. “And if he does it again, there should be articles of impeachment.”
The PPP survey of 725 registered voters was conducted via phone and online interviews Jan. 30–31. It has a margin of error of 3.6 percentage points.