Mark Levin: Schiff Awakened ‘Sleeping Giant’ With Impeachment

Mark Levin is comparing Adam Schiff and his Impeachment Inquisition to Japan’s World War II Admiral Isoruku Yamamoto. Yamamoto is responsible for one of the best quotes of WWII.  ‘I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve’.  Support for impeachment is dropping faster than a lead balloon and the difference is most profound among the all important Independent voters, where three out of four oppose impeachment now.

The Democratic clown show has seen it’s ratings collapse also as witness after witness has come forward with just opinion or second, third or fourth hand information. Their witnesses have been committing perjury right and left. No one believes them any more and for good reason but they have gone too far to turn back now and that could spell their ruin in 2020. President Trump will likely start his second term with a majority in both houses of congress.

President Trump now has the support of Blacks in numbers unheard of since the Reconstruction right after the Civil War. 34% in both the Rasmussen and Emerson polls. That spells disaster for the Democrats if it holds up.

From The Hill

 Fox News host Mark Levin on Friday said House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) has awakened a “sleeping giant” of the American people in the impeachment charge against President Trump. The reference to the famous quote compared the lawmaker to World War II Japanese Admiral Isoruku Yamamoto. 

“After we were attacked at Pearl Harbor, Admiral Yamamoto of Japan said, ‘I fear all we have done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve’,” Levin told host Sean Hannity on Fox News. “You know, Adam Schiff, you are in some ways Admiral Yamamoto: You just awakened a sleeping giant. You threw everything you had at the president, at the Republicans, at 63 million voters who voted for this president.”

“This is the best you have? You have nothing,” Levin added. “You are the Democratic Party’s Yamamoto.”