The Democrats’ impeachment coup against President Trump is backfiring, tremendously.
As Pelosi tries to hold off on sending the articles of impeachment to the Senate (and hold on to her temporal perceived victory before Trump is acquitted), Americans around the country are seeing the Democrat party for what it really is.
That awakening, according to GOP Rep. Guy Reschenthaler of Pennsylvania, is what is going to bring about a conservative resurgence, come November 2020.
Not only will the impeachment sham win over independents and swing voters to the Republican side, leading to Trump winning in a landslide, but Reschenthaler predicts that Republicans will also take back the House!
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Hear what Rep. Reschenthaler had to say about his predictions for 2020 here:
Fox News has more to say:
Rep. Guy Reschenthaler, R-Pa., said the decision by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., to withhold the articles of impeachment from the Senate was "totally backfiring" and mulled a possible Republican takeover of the House in 2020.
"Let Nancy Pelosi hold the articles of impeachment, because the longer this drags out, the more swing voters and independents are coming to Republicans in droves," Reschenthaler said Thursday on "The Story."
"And," he continued, "I know some people think it's a bold statement but I really do think we're going to take back the House in 2020. And, I think President Trump is going to win because the polls are showing that independents are tired of impeachment, they think it's a sham and they know that it's a political hit job."
Reschenthaler, a member of the House Judiciary Committee, was commenting on the nonpartisan Cook Political Report which showed a shift in two battleground states following the House vote on Trump's impeachment.
The district represented by Rep. Matt Cartwright, D-Pa., who voted for both articles of impeachment, has become a toss-up. Trump carried Cartwright's district in 2016 by a margin of 53 percent to 44 percent.
During an appearance on Fox News Channel’s “The Story” on Thursday, Rep. Guy Reschenthaler (R-PA) argued impeachment was not working out for Democrats as well as perhaps House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and her colleagues had hoped.
The Pennsylvania Republican said it was “backfiring” and putting the GOP in a position to regain control of the House of Representatives.
“This is totally backfiring on the Democrats, and I think Nancy Pelosi let this get way out in front of her. I think if she were really calling the shot, this wouldn’t have gone this far,” he said. “But we have to remember the far-left social justice Democrats are running this party now. But we are seeing Trump is up in my home state Pennsylvania. He’s leading the Democrat contenders, sometimes by double-digits. He’s up in Wisconsin, Michigan and in all those Democrats districts — where Democrats hold seats, but Trump won.”
“I think we’re going to get a lot of those seats back and take back the House in 2020,” Reschenthaler added.