Democrats, ever since they were stunned by Donald Trump’s unexpected defeat of Hillary Clinton in the 2016 president election, have been operating in the “resist” mode.
They’ve refused, en masse, to support tax cuts for their constituents. They’ve opposed the president’s nominations and appointments. They’ve adhered to claims of “Russia collusion” despite the fact no evidence has been produced.
Some Democrats can’t give a speech without demanding impeachment, and there’s even a campaign called Need to Impeach, which, according to Newsweek, is holding a series of townhall-type meetings.
Founder Tom Steyer, who gives lots of money to Democrats, complains that Trump hasn’t responded as he wishes to Russian interference in the 2016 president election, even though it took place under Democrat Barack Obama.
Then there are the calls in Congress for Trump to be censured.
Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-La., has proposed a resolution that “censures and condemns President