Wall Street Journal Fake News: "Voters Want Impeachment"

Democrats Should Unify Behind AOC, Not Pelosi claims the Wall Street Journal. Yeah Right.

A WSJ op-ed by Cenk Uygurs claims Democrats Should Unify Behind AOC, Not Pelosi.

Despite AOC's preposterous $78 trillion proposal to save the world from global warming in 12 years claim, one can arguably make a demographic case for it.

However, the subtitle has a pure fake news quality.

Fake News: "Voters Want Impeachment and a Progressive Policy Agenda".

That's the WSJ's actual subtitle.

Mueller's Testimony

Hello Uygurs. Can you read?

Even that bastion of liberalism known as the Washington Post understands Mueller’s Testimony Crystallized Public Opinion Against Impeachment.

​WSJ Poll on Impeachment

Only 39% of Democrats Support Impeachment

Not Even Progressives Support Impeachment

The above images from Support for impeachment falls as 2020 heats up.

Who's to Blame?

Does one blame the writer or does one blame the WSJ for publishing obvious manure under the guise of opinions?

Uygurs is entitled to his preposterous opinions. Opinions are just that.

But the subtitle "Voters Want Impeachment and a Progressive Policy Agenda" is fake news the WSJ is willing to publish for whatever reason.

Mike "Mish" Shedlock

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I don't know who the resident lefty is that's writing headlines/sub-heads for the opinion page but whomever it is needs some guidance....or perhaps a position at CNN.


It's not over yet until the Dems get an unredacted report. Whatever was blacked out likely contains something worse than we know. I was a Trump voter but there is little doubt in my mind there was collusion.


Young Turk Cenk is just marketing himself. It's not an editorial, but an advertorial.


It is worth pointing out that the Washington Post story you linked to, "Mueller’s Testimony Crystallized Public Opinion Against Impeachment." ends with the conclusion that Democrats "... should have the courage of their convictions, push the matter forward and end this sorry moment in our history one way or the other."


Slow news day. Mish, you might back down on the click-baiterizer.

It's "Opinion"! There's no reason to expect opinion to be factually correct. And, anyway, the sub-head is factually correct. There do exist voters who want ... well, you name it.

Too, I'm going to go out on a limb here and guess that the crew at the WSJ would love for the Democrats to rally behind AOC. Jeez, reading the right wing sites, you get soaking wet from the salivation in prospect of this.