Video of the Day: Dem Rep. Moulton blames voters who ‘don’t want to listen to rational arguments’ for impeachment opposition

    Updated: December 14, 2019 at 9:19 am EST  See Comments

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    While appearing on CNN, Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Mass., blamed voters who, according to him, “don’t want to listen to rational arguments” for the opposition to the sham impeachment coup.

    Talk about a typical smug, arrogant liberal elitist.

    Here’s video:

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    The fact is, voters have been listening and watching.  And what they see is an entire political party so bent on revenge for 2016 that they’re willing to declare war on the American people, the Constitution, the rule of law, the rules of the House and reality itself to enact a coup d’etat against a duly-elected president.

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    And more and more, they don’t like what they see.

    In reality, it is DEMOCRATS who refuse to listen to rational arguments, not the voters…

    It’s time to remind these people who it is they work for next November.


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