Matt Margolis the other day:

A new poll from CNN is bad news for Obama and the Democratic Party. With the Mueller report complete and the Russian collusion narrative collapsed, Americans seem ready to move on.

“The American public increasingly feels that Democrats in Congress are going too far in investigating the President,” CNN reports. “44% say Democrats are doing too much on that score, up from 38% saying so in March. That shift stems largely from independents, 46% of whom now say congressional Democrats are going too far.” And that was before Democrats wasted a whole day moaning and groaning about Attorney General William Barr’s memo about the Mueller report, which Robert Mueller told Barr was accurate.

But the most interesting part of the is that “69% think Congress ought to investigate the origins of the Justice Department’s inquiry into Russian interference in the 2016 election, including 76% of Democrats, 69% of independents and 62% of Republicans.” In other words, an overwhelming majority of Americans believe that the Obama Justice Department’s actions in 2016 should be investigated.

That’s interesting on its face, and encouraging as well. It’s obvious that the American voting public feels that the Democrats have already overstepped their boundaries.

For so they have, and frankly it appears as though the vast majority of Americans want to see repercussions against those who have started this scam. Obama, Hillary Clinton, James Comey, Peter Strzok and his erstwhile lover, John Brennan and so on.

However, it goes farther than that. Perhaps the most important short-term point to be made here, is that continuing down the road the Democrats seem hell-bent on, is not going to do them any favors at the voting booth.

For that matter, it’s not going to do any favors at the voting booth for the never- Trump crowd like Justin Amash, either.

I have reason to believe that there is not a blessed one of them that’s smart enough to take the hint.

Remember I mentioned George McGovern yesterday? This poll data meshes precisely with those predictions.