Louisiana Voters React To Impeachment Inquiry: ‘Phony Sham, Going Nowhere’ (VIDEO)

The American people can see what the Democrats and the media are trying to do.

The whole impeachment circus is just about attacking Trump as we head into the 2020 election. It’s also about the Democrats and their continued inability to accept the outcome of the 2016 election.

FOX News recently spoke to some voters in Louisiana about this and their responses were great.

Take a look below:

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These folks are not alone. Especially in Louisiana, where a clear majority opposes this whole thing.

BRProud reports:

Poll: Majority of La. voters oppose Trump impeachment inquiry

A majority of Louisiana voters oppose the congressional Democrat-led inquiry on impeaching President Trump, and some Louisiana Republicans are looking to capitalize.

State and parish party insiders hope the opposition will turn voters against Democratic candidates this fall, as Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards faces Republican challenger Eddie Rispone.

“If you’re upset about what’s happening to President Trump, go to the polls and vote for his candidate for governor, Eddie Rispone,” East Baton Rouge Parish Republican Party chairman Woody Jenkins said in an interview Tuesday.

A Nexstar/JMC Analytics poll out this week shows 54 percent of Louisiana’s likely voters oppose the impeachment inquiry, with 36 percent in support and 10 percent with no opinion.

But the same poll shows that despite majority opposition to impeachment, Edwards leads Rispone by two points. Pollster John Couvillon does not expect the congressional inquiry to hold additional weight in the statewide race.

“I don’t think it will move the needle more than it’s been moved right now,” Couvillon said. “It’s for the simple reason that Gov. Edwards has sidestepped criticism of Donald Trump — which is a smart approach in this state.”

The Democrats should pay dearly for all of this next November.


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