Carlson’s monologue exposes American conservatism’s greatest dilemma. The irony is those who destroy the things conservatives claim to value finance conservatism.
Republicans can easily portray Bloomberg as “a rich racist white guy from New York who wants to take your guns and trample your rights.” Hence, Bloomerg could help Trump get both rural white and black votes.
I have to wonder if Obama, has noticed Yang’s Reaganesque qualities and is helping Andrew. Remember, the two men offer similar policy prescriptions.
In Emerson’s hypothetical match-up, Sanders received 50% of the popular vote, and Trump 49%. Moreover, the 17 to 20 November 2019 Emerson Poll shows Sanders is more electable than former Vice President Joe Biden (D-Delaware).
Therefore, ignoring the Iowa Caucus is a smart move for political junkies. Instead of the Iowa Caucus, we need to look to 3 March 2020.
Consequently, those Democrats think impeaching Trump will help them win elections next year. Thus, House Democrats do not care about removing Trump. They are impeaching Trump because it is good politics.
There is proof Andrew Yang is now a major presidential candidate. The American pundit class has launched an all out attack on Yang.
What motivates the center’s pathological hatred of Donald J. Trump? My suspicion is moderates hate Trump for blowing up America’s complacent political culture.
The only winners from Trump Impeachment are leftists like U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont), U.S. Senator Liz Warren (D-Massachusetts), and Andrew Yang (D-New York).
I think Warren will win the Democratic primary, if Sanders drops out. Additionally, Sanders’ departure will force media favorite and former Vice President Joe Biden (D-Delaware) to drop out.
Hence, an impeachment inquiry will have little effect on next year’s presidential election. Under those circumstances, an inquiry will disappoint both Democrats dreaming of the President’s destruction and Republicans fantasizing about a Trump landslide.
Biden is not the only Democrat facing dropping poll numbers in Emerson’s data. U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders’ (I-Vermont) support fell by 2% to 22%.