Trump, GOP Raise MILLIONS In Face of Impeachment

If Democrats had any sense about how everyday people work and live, they’d know that running yet another impeachment scheme at duly-elected President Donald Trump would backfire.

So colossal of a misstep was launching yet another impeachment hoax without a “high crime or misdemeanor” that the GOP and Trump re-election campaigns enjoyed an almost unprecedented flood of campaign contributions. Within 24 hours of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi bowing to the will of radical Democrats, Republicans added more than $5 million to their already massive campaign war chest. If career Democrats thought the president and GOP would cower at what many are laughingly calling “Russia 2.0,” they were roundly mistaken. The president ranks among the many poking fun at crazed Democrats such as Reps. Adam Schiff and Jerrold Nadler.

“When you see what happened with the viciousness, and when you see little Adam Schiff go out and lie and lie and stand at the mic — smart guy, by the way — stand at the mic and act like he’s so serious. And then he goes into a room with Nadler, and they must laugh their asses off,” Trump said.

Pres. Trump has gone on the record pointing out that Democrats are again failing to do the people’s work and are engaged in “another smear job.” Re-election campaign manager Brad Parscale has been pleased that post-impeachment hoax donations have come in from all 50 states.

“In the 24 hours since news of Nancy Pelosi’s impeachment announcement, @realDonaldTrump’s campaign & @GOP have BLOWN OUT fundraising,” Parscale tweeted. “Huge groundswell of support leading to Trump landslide in 2020!”

Even the usually quiet support organizations such as the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) are openly mocking Democrats.

“And the NRCC’s online fundraising was up 608% yesterday. Thank you, @SpeakerPelosi and de facto Speaker @AOC!” the NRCC tweeted, noting Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. pressured Pelosi into impeachment.

The NRCC was quick to form the “Official Impeachment Defense Task Force” and reach out to Trump supporters. They define the task force as a group “made up of only President Trump’s most LOYAL supporters, the ones committed to fighting for him, re-electing him, and taking back the House.” By the end of the first day after Pelosi’s announcement, the task force had garnered approximately $1 million. Not only is the impeachment farce blowing up in the left’s face, but it’s also driving GOP voter engagement and building what appears to be an insurmountable financial lead by President Trump and fellow Republicans. More level-headed Democrats fear the latest saber-rattling will be their undoing.

“It’s a national spectacle that will make people defend the presidency or tune out, which is worse,” New York Democrat strategist Hank Sheinkopf reportedly said. “The incessant banging about, it doesn’t help.”

What’s particularly puzzling about liberal politicians and their cohorts in the fake news media is that Republicans had previously tried to upend now-disgraced former President Bill Clinton with impeachment. Although it was clear Clinton had lied under oath and on national television that he “did not have sexual relations with that woman,” he won convincing re-election. Clinton won the 1996 popular vote by just over 8 million, and a whopping 379-159 Electoral College defeat of Bob Dole. Americans may see a similar 2020 landslide in favor of President Trump.

“I think the momentum of radicalism on their side is so great, they won’t be able to help themselves. The Democrats have always had the votes if they wanted to do it, and it’s up to them,” former House Speaker Newt Gingrich said. “Even if Trump were to be impeached, it would not affect him adversely because it is completely and utterly political.”

The Republican National Committee had already reportedly raised a whopping $23.5 million in August that bested the organization’s own fundraising record of $20.8 million in July. The GOP appears to be on fundraising fire as the Democratic National Committee (DNC) is struggling to pay its debts. According to FEC reports, the DNC raised only $7.7 million in July and had only about $9 million in cash on hand. By contrast, combined President Trump and RNC efforts have exceeded $210 million, and they had more than $53.8 million cash on hand before the groundswell of financial support that was prompted by the phony impeachment inquiry.

“The more Democrats demonize President Trump and his supporters, the more boots we can put on the ground to re-elect him, “ RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel reportedly said.

The president raised the impeachment hoax at a recent rally telling supporters, “If you really want their heads to explode, you should chant eight more years.” The massive crowd was happy to oblige.

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