Democrats have admitted themselves that they are pursuing impeachment as a means to prevent President Trump from being re-elected but is it working?
Not by any metric.
Support for impeachment is falling, President Trump’s approval is rising, and the Republican National Committee just announced another record-breaking fundraising effort for the month of October.
After hauling in a record-breaking $27 million in the month of September, RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel announced the RNC raised $25.3 million in October, the Washington Examiner reports.
These massive figures give the debt-free RNC more than $61.4 million cash on hand, totaling nearly $400 million in the Trump 2020 campaign effort.
The Washington Examiner adds:
The party credited support for Trump and anger by many Republicans at impeachment. Its anti-impeachment effort called “Stop the Madness” has brought in 75,000 volunteers.
“While Democrats are focused on their sham impeachment charade, Republicans had another record-breaking fundraising month in October — the best off-cycle October in our party’s history,” said McDaniel.
“When you look beyond the Beltway, it’s clear that the American people are sick and tired of the Democrats’ baseless investigations. In 2020, voters will choose results over the Democrats’ polarizing political rhetoric, and the RNC is in the strongest position possible to reelect President Trump and Republicans up-and-down the ballot,” she added.
While House Democrats tried to distract you with their charade…
*the DOW hit 28,000 for the first time EVER
*@realDonaldTrump increased healthcare transparency
*@IvankaTrump is fighting for paid family leave
The Trump Admin never stops fighting for you!
— Ronna McDaniel (@GOPChairwoman) November 17, 2019
Democrats are not fairing well at all. They were $7 million in debt last month. And, at this point in former President Obama’s re-election effort in 2011, the Democratic National Committee had raised under $150 million.
The DNC claims their fundraising numbers are affected by the dozen candidates seeking the party’s nomination. Once a nominee is selected, it is expected for liberal donors to rally behind him or her.