How They Do It– Recent Poll Says Most Americans want Trump removed from office by Senate

ed note–please factor into this (and particularly those out there claiming some degree of eks-purt-cy when it comes to modern-day Judeo-centric American politics) that if indeed, as the axiom goes, that Israel ‘controls Congress’ and ‘controls the media’ that NONE of this would be taking place right now if Israel didn’t want it to.

Yes, definitely a ‘no brainer’ but unfortunately one that needs to be explained in the most remedial and elementary way these days to those claiming that Trump is the ‘favored son’ of Judea because of his ‘Jewish daughter’ and ‘Jewish son-in-law’.


A majority of Americans want the Senate to convict and remove President Donald Trump from office, according to a new poll conducted by CNN.

Fifty-one percent of respondents to the poll want the Senate to convict Trump on the impeachment charges brought by the House, which would lead to his immediate expulsion from office. Meanwhile, 45 percent of respondents said they don’t want to see the president removed. The poll was conducted from Jan. 16-19 and released Monday, on the eve of the Senate impeachment trial, which gets underway Tuesday, though senators were sworn in last week.

The numbers are the most favorable for removal since another CNN poll in June 2018. Approval for impeachment and removal has generally hovered between 36 and 47 percent, peaking at 50 percent in polls from October and November 2019, once impeachment proceedings were underway in the House.

The latest poll also suggests Americans are largely invested in the impeachment proceedings, with 74 percent of respondents saying they are either very closely or somewhat closely following the developments.

The majority of respondents to CNN’s survey said they want the Senate to hear from more witnesses, with 69 percent wanting the Senate to hear fresh testimony, and only 29 percent rejecting the idea.

Democrats have lambasted the White House for preventing members of the administration from testifying for House investigators before the articles of impeachment were sent to the Senate. While Democrats in the Senate hoped to remedy the problem by calling on witnesses in their trial, Senate Republicans have largely rejected the idea of hearing from witnesses, saying that was the House’s job.

CNN’s study was conducted by phone among a sample of 1,156 respondents. The margin of error is +/- 3.4 percentage points.

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