The success of the Trump administration has been driving liberals insane with jealousy.

Trump’s accomplishments are vastly outshining the Obama-era and Democrats are scrambling to block the administration’s progress.

But one Democrat from New Hampshire took this strategy too far and crossed the line attacking Trump only to see it backfire.

Rep. Steve Cohen recently introduced articles on impeachment in Congress against President Trump.

Only one-third of Democrats were willing to back the resolution and those were liberals from deep-blue districts.

Commentators were shocked, however, when Rep. Carol Shea-Porter, a Democrat from New Hampshire, endorsed the impeachment articles.

But unlike the other impeachment sponsors, Shea-Porter represents a district that Trump actually won in 2016.

And by crossing the President most of her voters’ favor, this Democrat just ended her political lifespan.

The Hill reported:

One of the 12 House Democrats who represents a district won by President Trump in 2016 is now endorsing articles of impeachment.

Rep. Carol Shea-Porter (D-N.H.) said in a statement on Thursday that she is co-sponsoring impeachment articles introduced by liberal Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.).

Previously, other Democrats who have endorsed impeachment of Trump have largely hailed from safe blue districts.

The pundits were stunned by this move, but Shea-Porter has pulled this style of virtue signaling before.

The Hill reported:

It’s not the first time Shea-Porter has taken a stand against Trump despite representing a middle-of-the-road Manchester-area district.

She was among the dozens of Democrats who boycotted Trump’s inauguration in January, and said she would instead attend religious services “to pray for all of our leaders and people.” 

Last week, the House rejected an effort by Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) to move forward with articles of impeachment. Green’s articles of impeachment argued Trump has “brought disrepute, contempt, ridicule and disgrace on the presidency” and “sown discord among the people of the United States.”

Trump was less than half a percent from taking New Hampshire in 2016, even when the pundits were calling for a Democrat blowout.

And in the same year, New Hampshire put a Republican into the Governor’s office.

Although Rep. Shea-Porter announced her retirement from Congress earlier this year, a move like this indicates she has ambitions for higher office.

But a blind strike against a successful President that’s favored in her own district is a politically deaf maneuver.

Is Rep. Shea-Porter building liberal support for a future Senate run? Or is she just out of touch?

Let us know in the comments section below.