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The latest polling data suggests that the American people are slowly but surely seeing through the Democrats’ highly partisan Jan. 6th commission.
A Morning Consult poll conducted before the commission’s proceedings began this week found that 66 percent of registered voters “support … a congressional commission to investigate the events that occurred at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th.”
The specific poll question read as follows: “Do you support or oppose a congressional commission to investigate the events that occurred at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th?”
The latest Morning Consult poll worded the question differently, but the general gist remained the same. In this case, only 53 percent of voters said they “approve.”
The specific poll question read as follows: “Based on what you know, do you approve or disapprove of the special congressional committee investigating the events that occurred at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th?”
That support would drop this precipitously after the first week of emotional testimony seems to indicate that the public wasn’t impressed by the emotional “performances” from the likes of Reps. Adam Schiff and Adam Kinzinger, as well as a few U.S. Capitol Police officers who acted like they’d been traumatized by the Jan. 6th riot.
Ingraham gives out ‘Best Performance’ awards for Jan 6 hearing, nails cop for supporting BLM riots https://t.co/E494DLzgmi pic.twitter.com/segIIQbkXl
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) July 28, 2021
It doesn’t help that following emotional testimony from officer Harry Dunn, it was discovered that he’s a known far-leftist who hates former President Donald Trump and, worse, who’d been wildly supportive of the deadly, violent BLM riots of 2020.
That he’d support the BLM riots, despite the harm those riots had caused to innumerable police officers across the country, and then turn around and act traumatized over the Jan. 6th riot made it seem as if his words were just an “act.”
What great theater but the acting was terrible! You should all be ashamed of the lies. How many of you have helped burn a few buildings and businesses with Antifa and BLM. Take off the blue you don’t deserve one thread of that honorable uniform..
— Wewin2024 (@Wewin20241) July 29, 2021
Dovetailing back to the latest poll numbers, they bode exceptionally bad for the Democrat Party, which some allege has been seeking to frame the upcoming 2022 midterms around the Jan. 6th riot.
“The late jump-start to the special House investigation into Jan. 6 raises the likelihood that the probe will spill into 2022, turning the Capitol insurrection — and former President Trump’s role in encouraging it — into a potentially potent campaign issue,” The Hill notes.
Some believe that was the purpose all along:
Quick poll: will the January 6 commission investigation be primarily about
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) July 27, 2021
I’m all in favor of investigations into people who committed criminal acts and failures of procedure that led to the events of January 6. But anyone who thinks that this investigation will be about those things rather than political maneuvering for 2022 is hopelessly naive.
— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) July 27, 2021
Critics believe House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s goal is to distract moderates and independents from the Biden administration’s failed policies and distract the far-left base from President Joe Biden’s broken campaign promises.
The latter phenomenon is particularly prevalent on Twitter, where the hashtag #BidenRegret has been fairly commonplace for months.
I agree. Already regret voting for #Biden. Not only did he not punish #MBS but he also attacked #Syria which has suffered enough. Remember #Obama created a situation that brought in the refugees. Now Biden is following & repeating mistakes instead of bringing a fresh perspective.
— Farah (@Farahs51) February 27, 2021
I already regret voting for Biden.
— #FreeMelee (@zenith64_) February 27, 2021
everyday I regret voting for biden 😔
— ayman 🍵 ☭ (@ayyyman__) February 27, 2021
I regret voting for Biden. We were better off under Trump.
— Bren (@MandalorianGe0) February 4, 2021
I guess I should have voted for Trump #BidenBombs
— D U T C H SAVAGE (@Bisonjewlog) February 27, 2021
You are a joke and a liar. Your campaign speech assured those with Student Loan debt would get forgiveness. Now you say only 10,000. So much for campaign promises. You just said shit to get elected. I should have voted for Trump!!!
— Jennifer Carter-Free (@jenn_free) February 18, 2021
— Laurie Holmes (@lholmestpa) July 26, 2021
— ⚔️ 🌹Truthseeker 🌹⚔️🛡🔮 (@theicyscorpion) July 27, 2021
Meanwhile, the president’s average disapproval rate has skyrocketed from a low of 35 percent recorded on Feb. 2nd to a high of 44.9 percent recorded Friday, according to data from RealClearPolitics.
Congressional Democrats aren’t faring much better either because of their inability to pass any legislation. It has the base furious and, if the stars align correctly, that fury could lead to devastating consequences for the Democrat Party in 2022 — regardless of their highly politicized commission.
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