Every two years, without a shred of evidence, liberals claim that conservatives and Republicans win elections from the effects of voter disenfranchisement. What many of them have failed to realize is that their current obsessions with impeaching President Trump, without a just cause, is the greatest act of voter disenfranchisement possible. Rep. Mark Meadows made this astute observation on the Hannity program during his appearance last night.
The idea that just over half of the members of Congress can eliminate the will of the American people for manufactured crimes is a true attack on our Constitution. Every time Adam Schiff, Nancy Pelosi, Jerry Nadler, and others falsely state that they have evidence of crimes committed by the President it is not only an attack on him but also an attack on every individual that voted for him. This is not shocking considering that many of them have stated that supporters of the president are deplorable, racist, and bigoted.
The calls for impeachment started even before President Trump took office. In fact, Google searches for how to remove a president increased nearly 5,000% as soon as President Trump won the election on November 8, 2016.
Just hours after the result, Americans have been flocking to Google to ask how they can challenge the outcome and put stop Mr. Trump from becoming president.
According to Google Trends data, the question has seen a 4,850 percent rise in Google searches, with the top five states questioning how to impeach President Trump: Hawaii, California, Oregon, Washington, and Colorado – all Democrat voting states.