Here in the United States, the Democrats still haven’t come to terms with why they lost the 2016 election and have seamlessly shifted from the Russia conspiracy hoax to the Ukraine conspiracy hoax, which no one outside of the most deluded Wine Track precincts of their base cares about. Most people are sick of hearing about it and want it to be over.
“Articles of impeachment are headed to the House floor.
It took three days of meetings, marked by inflamed rhetoric and increasingly personal disputes, but the Judiciary Committee on Friday voted along party lines to approve charges that President Donald Trump abused his power and obstructed a congressional investigation.
The move marks the first vote at any level of the House on articles of impeachment against a president since 1998. And it sets up just the third presidential impeachment in U.S. history — with a full House vote expected Wednesday, according to Democratic aides. …”
The Midwest is shifting back to Trump.
“President Donald Trump is beating all Democratic primary frontrunners in three key battleground states despite the ongoing impeachment inquiry, according to a new poll.
The latest survey by Republican public affairs firm Firehouse Strategies and Optimus puts the commander-in-chief ahead of his would-be Democratic challengers by significant margins with likely voters in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. …”
Joe Biden now wants to turn back before it is too late.
“Former Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday sought to draw parallels between the results of the United Kingdom’s general election and the 2020 White House race — arguing that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s resounding victory should warn Democrats against veering too far left in their fight to defeat President Donald Trump.
“Boris Johnson is winning in a walk,” Biden, a leading Democratic presidential candidate, told attendees of a campaign fundraiser in San Francisco. The prime minister’s Conservative Party captured an overwhelming parliamentary majority in Thursday’s election, taking dozens of seats in Britain’s House of Commons from opposition leader Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party. …”
Trump won the second half of 2019.
It has been all downhill for the Democrats since the primaries began in June. At the rate they are going, Trump will win Minnesota and New Hampshire in 2020.