Fox News poll shows Americans persuaded toward impeachment; Brad Parscale has 4-letter word for it.

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The latest Fox News poll that doesn’t bode well for President Trump has the left energized and Trump supporters crying foul.

Trump has decried the results of Fox polls that haven’t gone is way before, and he’s likely to lash out when he learns that a majority of voters favor his impeachment, according to its latest findings.

Poll results from Wednesday showed a high of 51 percent calling for Trump’s impeachment and removal from office, while four percent favored just impeachment, with 40 percent wanting no impeachment at all, Fox News reported on Wednesday.

The desire among voters for impeachment has risen since Fox’s July poll that showed 42% favoring impeachment and removal, 5 percent saying impeach but remain in office, and 45 percent opposing all together.

CNN’s Keith Boykin was quick to tweet the results:

According to Fox, the numbers favoring impeachment have risen across the board, with the majority being Democrats whose numbers rose by 11 points. More surprisingly were the poll numbers showing significant increases from Trump’s base. White evangelical Christians rose by 5 points, white men without a college degree were up by 8, and rural whites’ desire for impeachment soared by 10 points, according to Fox.

The poll results don’t jibe with what many Trump supporters see playing out on the national stage. The impeachment circus being thrust upon Americans by the Democrat Party has been riddled with inconsistencies, dubious “evidence,” shady dealings and even outright lies.

What began as a probe into an allegation that Trump had strong-armed Ukraine into digging dirt on political rival Joe Biden (now debunked) has devolved into an “obstruction” case against Trump after the president vehemently fought back against the impeachment attack.

Trump supporters believe the latest impeachment push by Dems and their media allies is purely political and is being used as a means to subvert the 2020 election because they are afraid they can’t win.

With the relentless parade of shenanigans, including leaks, last-minute rule changes, and gross political theater, it’s hard for Trump supporters to belive that poll — from Trump-friendly Fox News — favoring impeachment could be accurate.

Trump’s overall approval has taken a hit, according to the same poll, coming down a few points to 43 percent approving and 55 disapproving. But, Republican support still remains high at 86 percent — down from 89 percent in September, Fox reported.

In July, Trump railed against Fox News poll that showed Joe Biden besting Trump by 10 points in a presidential election.

Fox reported on how the impeachment poll was conducted:

Conducted October 6-8, 2019 under the joint direction of Beacon Research (D) and Shaw & Company (R), this Fox News Poll includes interviews with 1,003 randomly chosen registered voters nationwide who spoke with live interviewers on both landlines and cellphones. The poll has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus three percentage points for all registered voters.

Meanwhile, President Trump is in the fight of his life and yet continues to pack stadiums for rallies around the country. Thursday’s rally in Minnesota has been riddled with controversy as the Minneapolis Mayor pushed back hard against having the event.

But, thousands are expected to show up, many donning specially made red t-shirts saying “cops for Trump” after the mayor said off duty police could not wear their uniforms.

Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale was instrumental in making sure the Minnesota rally went on as planned. And he’s determined to fight back against the ongoing “coup” against Trump disguised as a legitimate “impeachment.”

 

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