Where was President Trump last night while House Dems (with the notable exception of Tulsi Gabbard) were voting to impeach him? He was in Battle Creek, Michigan – a critical swing state – doing what Trump does best: campaigning.
And understandably so. Polls suggest that Democratic Congressional leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer were right to initially oppose impeachment, because at least half of voters – instead of being swayed by Pelosi’s arguments about a sworn duty to defend the constitution – believe the Dems have wrongfully persecuted the president, and are ready to reelect him in 2020, even if there’s no precedent for a president being reelected following impeachment.
Ezra Levant joins Alex Jones to discuss the motive behind propagating ‘Trump Derangement Syndrome’ throughout the American populace and the global population.