CNN's Trump Impeachment Poll Backfires, Shows Growing Support for President
News network unwittingly reports on 'real news'
CNN is no stranger to fake news, but this time the news network unwittingly reported on 'real news' by asking its readers if they thought President Donald Trump should be impeached, and the response isn't what you'd expect.
The relationship between Trump and CNN is almost toxic as the network regularly reports around the topic impeaching the President.
It's no surprise the Democrats have an obsession with impeachment, like many other left-leaning news outlets, it's all they have left to write about.
Bu the public interest on the topic Trump's impeachment has noticeably begun to wane, and this was present in one of CNN's polls designed to attack the President.
So CNN asked their loyal readers if they supported Donald Trump's impeachment.
The response revealed that “support for impeachment has dipped,” which CNN was forced to report.
50 percent of respondents don’t feel that Trump should be impeached, while 43 percent who still feel he should still be impeached, according to the poll released Friday.
Back in September 47 percent of those polled though Trump should be impeached, revealing that there has been 4 percent drop in support for impeachment.
What is even more interesting is, when the poll is broken down by demographic, it exposes the network’s impeachment narratives.
Interestingly, when broken down by demographic, CNN’s polls further destroy the network’s salacious impeachment narratives.
In September, political independents were split in the polls- 48 percent for impeachment and 47 percent against.
Now there 36 percent favor impeachment and a whopping 55 percent are against it, according to to the recent poll.
The impeachment narrative
It seems everyone is obsessed with Trump being impeached, even Democratic Rep. Jerry Nadler has claimed that evidence of President Donald Trump directing is a former lawyer to break 'campaign finance laws' could warrant removal from the White House.
Nadler is the soon to be chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, responsible for drafting articles of impeachment
“They would be impeachable offenses,” Nadler said.
“Whether they are important enough to justify an impeachment is a different question. But, certainly, they would be impeachable offenses, because, even though they were committed before the president became president, they were committed in the service of fraudulently obtaining the office.”
So we all know that the entire left is on the impeachment narrative. But let's give CNN credit for reporting their poll designed to make Trump look bad, which spectacularly backfired.