Nancy Pelosi broke down in tears when she saw these jaw-dropping impeachment poll numbers

Democrats couldn’t believe their eyes.

The carefully planned out impeachment witch hunt began to crumble.

And Nancy Pelosi broke down in tears when she saw these jaw-dropping impeachment poll numbers.

Democrats and the Fake News Media boasted that impeachment would be a political winner for the Democrats based on polls showing support for impeachment rising.

But as Adam Schiff’s Stalinist show trial proceeded, the public turned against the Democrats.

A brand new Morning Consult poll found support for impeachment plunging as more Americans took in the gossip Adam Schiff dressed up as evidence produced in his un-American kangaroo court.

Morning Consult’s Eli Yokley wrote:

“The latest Morning Consult/Politico poll found that 47 percent of voters favor the House voting to impeach Trump, down 4 percentage points from the share that backed it in an Oct. 11-13 poll. At the same time, 43 percent of voters oppose the House impeaching Trump, statistically in line with figures from the four other polls conducted on the issue since House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announced her support for the impeachment inquiry in late September.”

Monmouth University produced another poll that is bad news from the Left.

Monmouth found that 73 percent of Americans have little or no trust at all in the process.

In a release accompanying the poll, Monmouth University pollster Patrick Murray wrote, “While there is growing public support for an inquiry, the public is not very confident with the process to date. Just 24% say they have a lot of trust in how the House impeachment inquiry has been conducted so far, 29% have a little trust, and 44% have no trust at all.”

The Fake News Media egged on the Democrats to take up impeachment.

So-called journalists are worried Democrats couldn’t defeat Trump at the ballot box next year and instead push for a desperate coup attempt to overthrow President Trump.

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