Impeaching Trump is a very short-sighted knee-jerk reaction. Ask yourself “What happens next?”
Removing Trump does not change the reason why so many Americans eagerly voted for him. The hoopla of tweets might die down, but that’s about it. Removing a democratically-elected public official has consequences.
Our animosity towards Trumpism blinds us from rational foresight. We don’t think. We just react. Outrage and ridicule over every single tweet, every single headline. That makes us manipulatively predictable.
The BEST thing we can do is reorganize our own party, develop a people-oriented platform with real, achievable goals, and ignite our ranks with hope, note hatred. We need to diversify and unite. We have to win over the Bernie Sanders and John McCains out there. We need to win elections, show up at meetings, with issues, not smear signs. We need to hold our own more accountable than we do our opponents.
Right now, we are just a bunch of sore losers who have become so disillusioned, so uninspired, that we are lazily borrowing from our enemies’ playbooks. We have become leftist wingnuts who gripe and bemoan ANYTHING remotely related to Trump, with little or no thought.