If you see the world through a Democrat lens you firmly believe Trump deserves to be both impeached and removed; the evidence, for you, is clear and compelling. You are left with a puzzle, however : why it is that the case you have laboriously compiled has failed to produce a tidal wave of public agreement on the issue? You may well ask yourself that question. At least half of the populace does not believe that Trump should be convicted and removed – nor even impeached. Basket of Deplorables? Ignorance? Brain washed? Cognitive failures? Stick to juvenile jeers and name calling if you wish, but the hard fact is roughly half of the voters see the world through a lens that says though he may at times be rude, crude, and socially unacceptable, Trump is doing a good job in office.