Trump has only been president for a short time but the left has already turned up the outrage protest meter to ten on an almost daily basis. Democrat leaders are starting to worry that the public will begin ignoring them. It’s probably already too late, though.
The Democrats face up to their Trump problem
Democrats don’t know how long they’ll be able to keep up the pace of protests against President Donald Trump — and they’re worried Trump and his team are counting on them to run out of energy before the White House does.
Two weeks into the Trump administration, party leaders have already reached a frantic, fevered pitch, throwing around talk of constitutional crisis and raising the specter of impeachment.
“The thing that we don’t want to do is anesthetize the public with dozens and dozens of press conferences and marquee events,” said Seattle Mayor Ed Murray. “Then it’ll just become background noise. I’m worried that’s exactly what they’re trying to maneuver us into doing.”
Democrats should have been thinking about this two weeks ago. The public is already tuning out their daily antics and protests.
When everything is an outrage, nothing is an outrage.
The left has already overplayed its hand.