These are trying times for the totally berserk Democratic Party as it seeks to regroup after the voters delivered a haymaker to Hillary five months ago.
In a what could be an indicator that 2018 may also be a dumpster fire, some polls are showing that the public is increasingly turned off on the blue jackass team with their unfavorable rating climbing by the minute.
A portion of this can probably be attributable to the fact that the entire party is batshit and bereft of ideas. In hindsight, it may not have been a great idea to fix nothing and install the same rotten leadership such as nutty Nancy Pelosi who prefers howling at the moon and staging stupid stunts to working on actual policy. The real horror show is that she is actually one of the more rational Democrats.
Not only have the Dems allowed their entire party to be hijacked by Hollyweirdos, obese loud-mouth nut cases like Michael Moore and Rosie O’Donnell and tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theorists but they have bet the house on digging up proof that Donald Trump is an agent of the Kremlin.
Well more bad news is starting to trickle in as the much-ballyhooed Senate fishing expedition into Trump’s reputed Russian ties looks like it may be a dry hole.
Already signs of panic are starting to seep out as insiders are underwhelmed at the lack of evidence tying the new POTUS to Putin.
According to the ferociously anti-Trump
A month into its sweeping investigation into the Kremlin’s efforts to undermine the US election, the Senate Intelligence Committee is expected to answer all those questions — publicly, coherently, and fast. As the days tick by, they’re less and less sure they’ll be able to.
Even some Democrats on the Intelligence Committee now quietly admit, after several briefings and preliminary inquiries, they don’t expect to find evidence of active, informed collusion between the Trump campaign and known Russian intelligence operatives, though investigators have only just begun reviewing raw intelligence. Among the Intelligence Committee’s rank and file, there’s a tangible frustration over what one official called “wildly inflated” expectations surrounding the panel’s fledgling investigation.
Since the probe was first announced in December — days after the FBI and CIA told Congress they believed the Kremlin had worked to elect Trump — political infighting has fundamentally shifted its mandate. Instead of a surgically precise examination of the raw intelligence that led US agencies to conclude the Kremlin attempted to tilt the election, the Intelligence Committee investigation has quickly become the catch-all for any politician’s lingering questions related to Moscow. Now, several committee sources grudgingly say, it feels as though the investigation will be seen as a sham if the Senate doesn’t find a silver bullet connecting Trump and Russian intelligence operatives.
“I don’t think the conclusions are going to meet people’s expectations,” a second official said.
That take isn’t universally held — a third official balked at that notion, and said “there’s a lot of room to find something significant.”
Just in case you are wondering, the anonymous “third official” is the designated turd polisher.
Considering that the Democrats have staked their entire future on running Trump out of office based on his non-existent ties to the Putin regime it is going to be an even bigger letdown than Hillary’s loss if all of their hysteria over the Russian takeover of the White House fails to deliver a happy ending to their deranged base.