Trump single handedly sunk both Georgia Republican Senators.
He stuck around shouting and tweeting long enough (Jan 5, 2021) to virtually hand over the Senate to the Democrats.
He went out with a big bang on his adopted party's head.
Democrats and their supporters can take the gift and profit the nation with it, or they can squander the nation's votes (surely voting for hope and change). Democrats need to move on and not use the nation's votes as toilet paper to wipe their excrement with.
It has 55% of respondents strongly or somewhat favoring removal from office, 37% opposed, and 7% not sure or without an opinion.
20% of Republicans are at least somewhat supportive, and 50% of independents are at least somewhat supportive.
But the poll was taken Jan 15-17, while Trump was still in office. We will see if these poll numbers hold up, post Jan 20.
NBC also released a new poll showing that Trump has a 43% job approval rating and 55% disapproval. There was less Republican "crossover" in this poll; 87% of Republicans approved of his performance.
That is about 15% more Republicans who approve of his job performance than are at least somewhat opposed to Trump being removed by the Senate.
Just that difference in Republicans alone means that - at most - only 50% of Americans support removal AND disapproval of his job performance. I am sure that a close look at the 2 poll's numbers will , with a critical comparison, show that less than 50% of Americans BOTH support removal from office AND disapprove his job performance.
You took a quote from one of Trump's biggest political adversaries, and presented that as evidence?
Trump and the Cheney's are perhaps the 2 biggest political opponents of each other as you will ever find. It would be like taking a quote of Tsar Nicholas attacking Lenin, and somehow assuming it is evidence - in and of itself - against Vladimir Lenin.
Trump was looking at the state by state results, not the popular vote.
And your interpretations, of what means Trump was trying to get his supporters to employ, are coming from people like YOURSELF and Liz Cheney. Political adversaries. The types of people who would do anything to get to make Trump look as bad as humanly possible.
It is evidence that you intend to use quite a few outside tactics to get somebody you oppose hurt.
But you can feel free to present actual evidence, AGAIN.
Let's all say Trump called for violence. Then refuse to offer any evidence.
Everybody here is already doing that.
The scary thing is people here actually think that they have already made the case.
I am not scared when people simply express a feeling of desire, while they know they are just engaged in wishful thinking. I do get scared when people uncritically believe a conclusion when no examination of the evidence has been made on the part of the believer.
I am wondering if I should pretend this isn't as bad as I know it actually is.
Re: Let's all say Trump called for violence. Then refuse to offer any evidence.
I wonder what you feel is the exact crime?
I know you are afraid to say much, because you don't want me demanding you provide quotations of Trump's words, but can you at least find a clever and evasive way to answer the question with at least a little genuine substance?