Nancy Pelosi is making a desperate attempt to take down Trump. She's tried everything that she can to get him out of office and even knows that the impeachment case is weaker than a 120-year-old man. They say desperate times call for desperate measures, so Pelosi is making a desperate measure.
After all of this impeachment soap opera drama, Pelosi has decided to call upon on former President Barack Obama to help her take down Trump so they are starting a “unity” movement.
The purpose of this movement is to “Defeat Donald Trump and his Republican enablers.” What they really mean is, "Defeat anyone who disagrees with us, because we know we're right because we said so."
This isn't bringing unity at all, it's further dividing.
Fresh off the House's impeachment vote of the president, Pelosi has penned a fundraising letter for the Democratic Unity Fund that aims to raise millions to defeat Trump, maintain Democratic control of the House, and turn the Republican Senate blue.
“We all know what’s at stake in this election. Right now, we have a president who clearly has no respect for our Constitution, our democracy, or the rule of law. Every day he makes more false promises while his policies continue to hurt hardworking Americans in every corner of our country. We simply cannot afford four more years of a Donald Trump presidency,” she penned.
“That’s why President Obama and I are proud to work with the DNC to ensure that our future nominee and Democratic candidates running for every level of office have the resources they will need to win back the White House, flip the Senate, and hold our valuable House majority,” she added. (Examiner)
The RNC and the Trump campaign have brought in a ton of money, even compared to the Democrats it still is a ton. Overall, they raised over $300 million and had over $100 million cash on hand.
Pelosi is asking for a minimum donation of $7 by Tuesday’s Federal Election Commission deadline, Pelosi wrote, “I cannot emphasize enough how important of a role the Democratic Unity Fund will play in our efforts to defeat Donald Trump and his Republican enablers — but only if we can count on early support from Democrats like you today. The work we need to do to elect a Democratic president in 2020 must happen now — not next fall.”