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Food 2020 Is All About The Binary, And That Means Impeachment Could Hurt Democrats

17:30  03 october  2019
17:30  03 october  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Ms. Artukovic expressed nervousness about what an impeachment battle could mean for Democratic candidates. “I am afraid it’s going to hurt them,” she said. The question that could determine their chances for re-election in 2020 , and those of their Republican counterparts in both chambers who are

But Democrats say they do not want impeachment to dominate the election. But there is also a general recognition, at every level of the Democratic Party, that impeachment could complicate their candidates’ efforts to explain their policy ideas to the country and persuade voters they have a vision

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The developing impeachment inquiry challenges Democrats to a delicate balancing act for one critical reason: their effort plays into the GOP's 2020 strategy. Much of that strategy involves depicting Democrats as socialists, which is of course a different matter than impeachment. But impeachment fever is easily cast as extremism, and that's in large part why the socialism label stings.

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President Trump has said that a congressman leading the Democrats ’ impeachment inquiry should be “questioned But now Mr. Trump also talks about the civil war that could break out if impeachment proceedings against him “It makes it difficult to take Democrats ’ feelings being hurt seriously.”

WASHINGTON — As Speaker Nancy Pelosi solemnly declared the opening of a formal impeachment inquiry against President Trump last week, and the steady stream of Democrats supporting it became something of a stampede, a small group of Democrats remained unconvinced.

As we reported last month, Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel revealed the group's research suggests tying Democratic candidates to socialism will bring college-educated suburban women back to the GOP in swing states. "Where the left is going — open borders, no rule of law, health care for undocumented immigrants — these are things that when you come down to the binary choice, maybe they say, ‘Okay, I don’t like this about what’s happening right now, but here’s what’s coming my way,'" McDaniel told The Federalist.

The implication of the "binary choice" strategy is that Republicans just need to convince voters Democrats are worse than Trump—or any given GOP candidate. If labeling their opponents as socialists is working, it's perfectly logical to assume an impeachment frenzy will help Republicans successfully depict Democrats as radicals as well.

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Impeachment may not help House Democrats , but I would bet it won’t hurt them in the way catastrophists fear. But the interesting thing about the political fallout question at this point is exactly that : No one knows. And in that knowledge vacuum reposes, for many legislators, a kind of liberation

toward impeachment , arguing that Democrats should not worry that it would antagonize the the steps toward impeachment ,” though she was added that she was realistic about the probable outcome in the “There could come out new facts that would make impeachment a much more realistic and

For Republicans campaigning in these states and districts, the key isn't necessarily to spend time convincing voters Trump is good, but to make Democrats look like a more serious threat to the status quo. That's the binary.

The success of such a campaign, of course, will depend on how Democrats handle the impeachment process. One week in—and with the entire Trump era as our guide—it seems unlikely to involve the levels of discipline and objectivity sufficient to defanging Republican attacks. There's already evidence, courtesy of the president's Twitter feed, of what these attacks will look like:

The inquiry could plausibly unfold over the coming months and gain support rather than hemorrhage it. If Democrats successfully build their case in a way that transcends partisan boundaries, and sustainably so, Republicans may have less to work with to wrap the impeachment effort into their broader socialism attack, which is effective because it's really about the threat of radicalism. But that also seems unlikely.

What seems more likely is that Republicans will be able to include depictions of impeachment-crazed Democrats alongside depictions of socialism-crazed Democrats. Impeachment is an inherently radical solution to unseating a president. In the swing states and districts that will matter particularly in the Electoral College, radicalism is the look Democrats should want to avoid most.

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