The New York Times Is Hiding One Big Impeachment Secret From the Public

Impeachment polls have not been good for President Trump.

But there is a huge problem with them that Democrats don’t want you to know about.

The New York Times is hiding one big impeachment secret from the public.

When it comes to impeachment, the Democrats will do anything necessary to take out Trump.

But Adam Schiff and Nancy Pelosi have told such outrageous lies about President Trump that even the Washington Post wasn’t able to completely defend them.

They will stop at nothing.

And at the moment, Democrats have complete control over the impeachment process.

They don’t have to call awkward witnesses, like the whistleblower who illegally went to Adam Schiff before filing his report.

Or Hunter Biden who made money through influencing his father’s foreign policy.

The Democrats are only calling the witnesses that will tell their side of the story.

As one proverb puts it, “he first to speak in court sounds right— until the cross-examination begins.”

And so far, the Democrats haven’t faced any huge opposition to their version of events, either in the House proceedings or in mainstream media coverage.

This leads to a huge problem in the impeachment polls.

A lot of the people who are voting in these polls haven’t heard Trump’s side of the story yet.

As the Washington Examiner put it:

Pretty much every poll related to President Trump and impeachment should be discounted because the national media is still only providing the public with half of the story.

A perfect example is an ABC survey that came out Monday, declaring that “an overwhelming 70% of Americans” say Trump’s “actions” with Ukraine were “wrong.”

Sorry, but you’re not going to convince me that 70% of Americans can point to Ukraine on a map, let alone that they actually know anything about Trump’s “actions” toward it.

ABC’s news story on its own poll referred to “Trump’s request to a foreign leader to investigate his political rival,” but the polling question itself didn’t describe his “actions” at all.

The media has tried to smear Trump with all the dirt they can get their hands on but if there is no substance their accusation won’t be able to make it stick.

If the Democrats decide to impeach and the case gets handed over to the Republican Senate, they will face a lot of awkward questions that they don’t want to answer.

Adam Schiff won’t be around to claim that the whistleblower, whose identity is well-known, needs to be protected.

Once Americans understand that what the Bidens were doing was truly corrupt and that the whole inquiry was started as a political attack by a man who worked with Biden on Ukraine, it changes the case considerably.

Until the American people know the whole story about Ukraine and the extent to which the Democratic leadership is lying, impeachment polls are useless.

Do you think that impeachment polls would be different if the American people knew the full story?

Let us know in the comments below.

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