Via Trump Train News:

A recent memo revealed that key battleground voters are more concerned about Big Tech censorship of President Trump than a second impeachment. The memo reveals that most voters believe a second impeachment is only a waste of time and money and want Big Tech to be held accountable for its censorship of President Trump. In the memo from pollster John McLaughlin to Trump adviser Jason Miller McLaughlin writes that voters are more eager for the country to move on rather than hold an impeachment of Trump for last week’s events.

The Washington Examiner reports:

His top finding focused on the upcoming transition that occurs on Inauguration Day, Jan. 20. Some 89% are eager for an orderly transition, and 70% called that “very important.”

Next was impeachment, and voters in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia, and Wisconsin are firmly against it.
-Sixty percent of all voters said it is “another waste of time and money.”

-Twenty-three percent prefer impeaching President Trump.

-Seventy-seven percent said Congress should work on the coronavirus response instead.

-Seventy-four percent said impeachment is “politically motivated to prevent the president from running again.”

-Sixty-five percent said Biden and Pelosi are “keeping the country divided.”

The survey memo included a warning against pushing on with impeachment, as Pelosi is poised to do, possibly with a full House vote on Wednesday. Nearly half of those polled are “less likely to vote for a member of Congress who votes to impeach.” Just 36% are more likely.

The resounding fear found in the survey reveals that Americans believe if Big Tech can censor the President then there will be little to hold them back from censoring others. The survey reports that 70% believe that tech giants like Apple, Facebook, Amazon, and Google are too powerful and must be regulated.

 

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