Note the disconnect between Democrat triumphalism in D.C., and a packed 10,000-seat arena in a key battleground state.
Despite the Democrat-Media-NeverTrump vapors of how historic tonight’s vote to impeach Trump is, it’s being met mostly with a shrug of the shoulders by a nation that has heard Democrats demand impeachment since before Trump took office, and every day since then.
Tonight is the real start of the 2020 campaign.
I’m trying to view this from a distance, not get caught up in the minutiae.
I watched the vote on the TV, and Trump’s rally in Battle Creek, Michigan, on the computer. Not exactly a split screen, but a single image of the disconnect between Democrat triumphalism in D.C., and a packed 10,000-seat arena in a key battleground state.
— John Santucci (@Santucci) December 18, 2019
Arena capacity is about ten thousand and it appears full with some on floor where there are no seats https://t.co/dqF7EAHmCr
— Kelly O'Donnell (@KellyO) December 19, 2019
Trump seems energized, and as do his supporters I encounter.
I think Democrats will rue the day they forced this impeachment through the House.DONATE
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