Backer points out that public support for the Democrat's impeachment crusade has waned, especially in key battleground states that will decide the 2020 election.
Hillary Clinton, who routinely urges her fellow Democrats to “keep going” until Trump is taken down, orchestrated an $84 million money laundering scheme in 2016 — the largest campaign finance scandal in U.S. history. It was so brazen even Federal Election Commission lawyers called for action. The Clinton machine raised excessive, six-figure contributions from Democratic mega-donors before laundering it through the Hillary Victory Fund to dozens of Democratic state parties acting as straw men, over to the Democratic National Committee and into the hands of Clinton’s campaign.
The Clinton campaign then illegally paid millions of dollars to their law firm, Perkins Coie, which secretly funded the creation of the infamous Steele Dossier. Her campaign and the DNC effectively accepted something of value from a foreign national, Christopher Steele, in the form of anti-Trump opposition research (from Russian intelligence sources, no less). The DNC itself tasked operative Alexandra Chalupa to obtain incriminating or derogatory information about Trump and his campaign staffers, directly from Ukrainian government contacts.
Meanwhile, there’s also the Democrats’ 2020 frontrunner Joe Biden, whose daily diatribes are filled with anti-Trump smears. Good ol’ Joe admitted, on camera, to explicitly holding up aid to Ukraine to force the government to fire corruption investigator Victor Shokin — after Shokin looked into Biden’s son and his ties to a corrupt Ukrainian energy company.
Hunter Biden, the son of the vice president, was receiving $50,000 per month to sit on the board of a foreign company, for which he lacked any relevant qualifications or experience. Hunter Biden’s big-money payday was essentially an insurance policy against precisely the kind of corruption investigation Burisma was worried about — and it worked for the Bidens.