Optics - One of the Dem’s story lines tried pushing was POTUS being a big bad wolf.
Voters did not get fooled by this rather lame portrayal.
Exactly who is really dressing in the get up of grandma’s clothes is no mystery either.
The idiom “cry wolf” means to raise a false alarm, to ask for assistance when you don’t need it, and by extension, to exaggerate or lie. The phrase comes from the Aesop fable, “They Boy Who Cried Wolf,” in which a young shepherd found it amusing to make villagers think a wolf is attacking his flock."
The “Show Trial” test marketing this in Washington DC bombed miserably.
Numbers don’t lie:
Washington Times op-ed writer Tiana Lowe calling the impeachment hearings a “ratings dud,” noting that it was pulling in an average of a million fewer viewers than watch the popular American quiz show “Jeopardy” on a nightly basis.
As Hannity reminds us daily, countdown to election is underway.
Anyone else got something constructive to cry out?