Today’s disastrous hearing on Capitol Hill may very well be the final nail in the coffin for the democratic push to impeach President Donald Trump.
Robert Mueller, author of the now infamous Mueller report, has been unable to speak on a number of subjects during his grilling by Congress, and, as such, has provided no further evidence bolstering the opinion of the radical “resistance”.
For many, the sound of a deflating balloon would accurately sum up the hopes fo the democrats today.
But the youth of our nation, who are widely liberal in their political whims, have another idea entirely.
A new poll suggests that an overwhelming majority of college students think that President Donald Trump should face additional investigation for obstruction of justice during the Mueller investigation.
According to a new poll by College Pulse, 74 percent of college students think that President Donald Trump should face an additional investigation for obstruction of justice during the Mueller investigation.
“Do you agree or disagree with the following statement: Democrats in Congress should investigate whether President Trump obstructed justice during Mueller’s investigation,” the poll question asked. 42 percent of respondents said that they “completely agree” and 32 percent said that they “somewhat agree” that an additional investigation by Congressional Democrats should take place.
We must ask ourselves, “where does this disconnect arise from?”, and the answer is simple: The mainstream media.
For years, the infotainment industry has been widely complicit in the dissemination of incriminating conspiracy theories regarding Donald Trump, many of which center around this “RussiaGate” investigation. Furthermore, the efforts of liberal-leaning social media outlets have doubled down on this doubt, creating a wide path for the “resistance” to travel.
Today’s hearings should put a kibosh on this congressional cacophony, but it will take some time for that message to reach the liberal masses.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook and Twitter, and follow our friends at RepublicanLegion.com.