RINO Liz Cheney and Pelosi are using the 1/6 Committee to keep former President Trump from running in the 2024 presidential race.
According to a Politico poll, none of their efforts are not working.
Not only is the committee not swaying Republicans the rest of America has also tuned out the circus.
“Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson’s vivid testimony last month to the select House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol attack was the latest to shake Washington, but much like the panel’s other public hearings,” Morning Consult reports, “it appears to have done little to change Americans’ minds about another presidential bid by Donald Trump, according to a new Morning Consult/Politico survey.”
Only 32 percent of all voters and just 23% of Republicans said that they even knew Hutchinson gave testimony.
According to a July 1-3 survey, 32% of all voters — and 23% of Republicans — said they had seen, read or heard “a lot” about Hutchinson’s testimony, which is similar to the shares who said the same about the panel’s prime-time hearing in June or its finding that Trump and his allies potentially committed criminal conspiracy by trying to overturn the 2020 presidential election result.
It now makes sense why Democrats keep adding hearings to their schedule they are throwing mud hoping something sticks to the wall.
Below is what the survey found and it is the exact opposite of what Pelosi was hoping for:
According to the July 8-10 survey, 66% of Republican voters think Trump should run for president in 2024, while 30% said he should not. The latest figures are down slightly since voters were last asked the question in March, but are similar to Trump’s standing last fall.
For comparison, 51% of Democratic voters think President Joe Biden should run for re-election (down from 66% in March) while 40% think he should not (up from 25%).
When it comes to support in a hypothetical Republican primary, 54% of GOP voters said they’d back Trump, in line with surveys conducted in June and down marginally — from 56% — in March.
A separate Morning Consult survey found 53% of Republican voters said Trump should play a “major role” in the GOP, about steady with the 55% who said the same in a June 3-5 survey conducted before the panel’s public hearings began.
In other words, Pelosi is as big of a failure as Joe Biden is.