With commissar Adam Schiff having just announced that he would be serving up his impeachment report to the House Judiciary Committee right after Thanksgiving, it is looking like a slam dunk that Dems will be dropping a lump of coal in the Christmas stockings of Americans.

But the prospects of the ultimate success of a years-long scheme to erase the 2016 election are looking worse by the day and not even all Senate Dems are guaranteed to take the leap of faith with rumblings that two of them could go rogue.

Once in the hands of Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler who Schiff’s co-leader of the impeachment cult, the travesty of the coup against President Trump will soon move to the U.S. Senate where a conviction on bogus evidence would lead his ouster.

However, Schiff’s nationally televised inquisition didn’t live up to the hype and rather than convince Americans that 63 million voters should be disenfranchised because Democrats are pissed off at losing an election, there has been the opposite effect.

In early polls that have Democrats waking up in the middle of the night screaming at the ceiling, Trump’s approval ratings are rising and even worse for his enemies, independent voters are against an impeachment less than a year before the next election.

And now any ideas that the treacherous failed GOP presidential candidate turned senator Mitt Romney would be able to cobble together enough Republicans to stab Trump in the Senate like he was Julius Caesar has also taken a hit as Dem strategists are fretting defections.

A New York Times story admits that the impeachment party may lose at least two of their own senators in West Virginia’s Joe Manchin and Arizona’s Kyrsten Sinema.

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