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“Impeachment” has become the most popular word for Democrats ever since Trump took office.

Democratic voters, politicians, and even potential presidential candidates have spent two years falling over each other to see who can promise Trump’s impeachment the quickest.

But a new poll shows Democrats will soon regret talk of impeaching Trump.

A new poll by McLaughlin & Associates suggests Democrats encouraging talk of impeachment should think twice.

Over half of the respondents to the poll said they think talk of impeaching the President in Democratic circles is nothing more than a “partisan political ploy,” reports the Washington Times.

The poll was also conducted in the middle of wall-to-wall coverage of Mueller’s investigation, and the plea deals struck with former Trump aides Michael Cohen and Michael Flynn.

Only 32% of those polled said that Democrats in the media and in Congress had provided enough evidence to prove President Trump colluded with the Russian government to win the 2016 election.

Even worse news for Democrats, 46% of those polled said there was absolutely no evidence.

“You only get a third saying yes, and you’ve got almost a half saying no,” said pollster John McLaughlin. “The point of the whole thing is where that investigation is going now. After two years and tens of millions of dollars, they haven’t proved their case that the Russians had anything to do with Donald Trump winning.”

It’s clear the American public isn’t behind efforts to remove President Trump from office like many Democrats wish.

Even so, the unpopularity of impeaching the President hasn’t prevented Democrats like Maxine Waters from continuing to push the radical proposal.

The McLaughlin & Associates also spell bad news for Democrats in 2020 if they continue to push impeachment.

53% of Americans said they believe impeachment would simply look like a “political ploy to stop President Trump.”

The poll also showed that even many of those who disapprove of President Trump oppose his impeachment, suggesting that Democrats would lose many potential voters if they try to remove Trump from office.

Among independents, the key political group Democrats will have to win over in order to defeat Trump in 2020, just 28% supported impeachment.

Even some Democrats are beginning to argue that impeaching the President is a political dead-end.

Incoming House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) stated that while he still believes the yet-to-be-proved Trump-Russian collusion story, he’s not entirely onboard yet with impeaching the President.

“You don’t necessarily launch an impeachment against the president because he committed an impeachable offense,” the Congressman said in an interview on CNN.

There has never been any proof that Trump has colluded with the Russians however.

The Republican Party’s 16-candidate primary field that ran against Trump in 2016 couldn’t find any proof.

The Clinton Machine that worked to destroy president Trump, and continues to do so today, couldn’t produce any proof. This, after the Clinton campaign paid for a dossier that was supposed to blow the lid off of Trump’s campaign.

Nearly two years of partisan liberal FBI investigators digging into nearly every aspect of President Trump’s life couldn’t find any proof of collusion.

And now the Mueller investigation, which has been going on for nearly two years as well, has yet to find proof of collusion with Russia.

If none of these groups could tie Trump to Putin, then the Russian collusion story is almost certainly a lie.

If Democrats impeach the President over fake ties to Russia, not only would they be doing so for blatantly political reasons, but the American people would see right through such a scheme.

Do you think Democrats will impeach President Trump even if a majority of Americans oppose it?

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