Republicans: No need to rush the impeachment of Donald Trump
Also Republicans: Immediately scrambling to bring in Amy Coney Barrett the same week while RBG passed away.
I definitely am not concerned about the GOP's preferred timeframe for the impeachment of their once popular leader.
Bill Clinton is a creep and Hillary is clearly unpopular. Does anyone think she would have been this disgraceful?
Nostradamus I am not, but I do not think that it was hard to predict that Trump would be a mistake in 2016.
I want the GOP to groom more candidates that are likeable and normal so 2016 doesn't repeat itself.
I'm fine with the pendulum swinging back and forth every 4-8 years, but each party needs to have a viable candidate when it's their turn.
Worth pointing out that, amidst all of the lies and nonsense that was spewed by the Trump campaign in 2016, he did manage to hammer home on some very obvious truths about his opponent. Specifically that Hillary Clinton was three things:
1) a friend of the banks who had sunk the US economy and of the financial powers who had destroyed the rustbelt
2) a Washington insider with no sympathy for the majority of working-class Americans
3) a habitual liar.
The fact that Trump was in nearly every respect a worse choice than Clinton doesn't detract from that.
By all indications, Trump's core support is now more hardened than it was five years ago. Now you have millions of voters who came to believe, delusionally, or perhaps to ‘believe’, that Biden, Nancy Pelosi and the rest of the centrist Democrats were ‘radical leftists’, ‘socialists’, ready to impose ‘Chinese-style communism’. They were also, variously, at the beck and call of ‘Marxists’ and ‘anarchists’, and of course, directing a Black Lives Matter terror campaign against the suburbs.
This, obviously, has less basis in reality, inconvenient as it may seem for some. However it garnered more votes. This is deeply concerning.