Now that the Russian collusion and short-lived obstruction of justice hoaxes have run their course, the Congressional Democrats have come with a new ruse to impeach the president. Their newest work of fiction is a phony claim that he pressured the Ukraine President to look into wrong doing by Joe Biden’s son, Hunter who was $50,000 a month to sit on the board of a Ukrainian oil and gas company. The whole thing is a farce, especially since Joe Biden was caught on tape doing exactly that and bragging about it. Yet, the Democrats persist. There is no chance the President Trump will be removed from office. Even if Nancy Pelosi gets the votes in the House, the Democrats don’t have the votes in the Republican controlled Senate to convict and remove the president. So, what is the Democrats’ goal? The answer is that they are looking to keep up the constant drumbeat of negative news against President Trump. The Russia probe hoax went on for two years. The obstruction of justice ruse lasted for a couple months. Now we have this chapter in the continuing saga of lies and farces. This campaign is directed toward “the low information voter.” These are the people who put little effort into the following the news and know very little about current events. They have no more than an inkling about the news, and most of that is based upon impressions they get from the tone, rather that the substance of what the news media reports. Every Election Day, the low information voters face a crisis because they often don’t know much of anything about the people whose names appear on the ballot. All they have is “feelings.” They were cited as a major source of votes for Barack Obama’s win in 2012. Each day there are tiny leaks about the impeachment proceedings the Democrats are holding behind closed doors. The news media dutifully reports these bits of hearsay and rumors. All of is negative toward the president. The hope is that enough negative press will be aired so that the low information crowd will have “negative feelings” about the president. The hope that will translate into votes for whomever the Democrats nominate. The strategy has worked fairly well for the Democrats so far. Given the positive things the president has done about the economy and employment, his poll numbers should be higher than they are now. Yet false narratives, like the Russian collusion hoax, have held his poll numbers back. Perhaps low unemployment numbers and higher personal income will off-set this propaganda effort.