Now, this is something the left wasn’t expecting.
After all the fake outrage and lies flung at our new Justice of the Supreme Court Brett Kavanaugh, it’s starting to look like instead of leaving President Trump and the Republican Party with a black eye it has backfired and given the president his highest approval rating to date. And it’s only a month away from the important midterm elections where Democrats had hoped to take over both the House and Senate. A goal which now seems about as out of reach as them believing that if Trump were to be impeached the presidency would be handed over to Hillary Clinton and her syndicate.
Here is more on this via Rasumssen:
“The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows that 51% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Forty-seven percent (47%) disapprove.
The latest figures include 38% who Strongly Approve of the way Trump is performing and 38% who Strongly Disapprove. This gives him a Presidential Approval Index rating of zero (0). (see trends).
This is Trump’s highest Presidential Approval Index rating since early February of last year, shortly after he first took office. By comparison, Barack Obama earned a presidential approval index rating of -12 on October 8, 2010, in the second year of his presidency.
Protests continued over the weekend as U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts Jr. swore in Judge Brett Kavanaugh as an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court shortly after his Senate confirmation in a 50-48 partisan vote.
Most voters disapprove of how the U.S. Senate has conducted Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation process and say the U.S. Supreme Court nominee has been investigated enough.
Responding to the drumbeat of support by Democrats for the still unproven sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh, President Trump said last week, “It’s a very scary time for young men in America when you can be found guilty of something that you may not be guilty of.” Most voters agree.
Voter optimism that North Korea would slow or stop its development of nuclear weapons dimmed in August. However, after meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un yesterday, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo expressed optimism for the future of negotiations on that issue and the possibility of a second summit meeting between Kim and President Trump.
With the Trump administration’s imposition of tariffs on $257 billion of Chinese goods now in force and tariffs on all Chinese exports to the United States looming, news reports say the tariffs are already affecting Chinese financial markets.”
Rasmussen also reports that:
“Voters continue to prioritize making sure the economy is growing over making sure it is fair, but they think government involvement would make society less fair.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online survey finds that 52% of Likely U.S. Voters think, generally speaking, economic growth is more important than economic fairness. Thirty-nine percent (39%) think fairness is more important. This shows little change from surveys dating back to 2013.”
“Donald Trump may last; he may go away. But the influence of his revolutionary approach to American politics will endure. What he learned and taught about campaigning will be studied and emulated for years to come. Social media matters. In 2016, his free Twitter feed defeated Hillary Clinton’s $1.2 billion fundraising juggernaut.
Foot soldiers don’t matter. Clinton was everywhere — every state, most counties. In many states, Trump didn’t have a single office.
It’s not location, not location, not location. Clinton dropped buckets of cash on events in big expensive cities. Remember her Roosevelt Island launch announcement, the fancy stage using Manhattan as a backdrop? Trump rode the escalator down to his lobby. He held rallies in cheap hardscrabble cities like Dayton, Ohio, and Allentown, Pennsylvania. He understood that his audience wasn’t in the room. It was on TV.
Politics as blood sport? It was always so. Republicans knew it. Thanks to Trump, Democrats can no longer deny their clear options: get real or get left behind.”
This is great news for American. People across the country are now beginning to learn what a gem we have in President Trump and the people he appoints.
You can’t base your whole platform on raising taxes, bringing back Barack Hussein Obama era social justice rules people largely reveled against and making false accusations against your opponent and expect people to vote for you. But for the good of our nation, let’s hope they never figure that out.
This all goes to prove that Republican policies are popular, even with the left if no one tells them they come from the Republican side. In fact, Kavanaugh and Merrit Garland voted the same 93% of the time. But since Obama wanted Garland and Trump nominated Kavanaugh, the left had to make the best effort in destroying the man’s life. Kavanaugh is now a Supreme Court justice, and he will be one for life. But the left did succeed in destroying his life on the basis of claims that still haven’t been proven.
But that’s how the left operates, they have no issue destroying a man without proof unless the proof is 100% legit and it involves someone like Bill Clinton or the late Ted Kennedy. In that case, they applaud them and turn them into heroes.