Schmidt Wrote: Okay, this narrative that Trump could defy the Supreme Court is a stretch. Unlikely, but perhaps plausible. We've discussed before Trump's own analogy that he could shoot someone on 5th Avenue and get away with it. If Trump really believes that then anything is possible.
I hate to admit it, but I think it's less of a stretch than it was before the impeachment hearings where we saw House Republicans regurgitating Russian propaganda and excusing Donald's extortion as just Trump being Trump.
Senate Republicans aren't going to convict Donald no matter how egregious his crimes are. That is dangerous with someone like Donald who already is convinced he's above the law.
What worries me most is what happens after the Senate basically rubber stamps his treasonous behavior. All gloves will be off then.
I hope the complete breakdown of our Constitutional democracy was worth it for all those Bernie or busters in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania.
“all those Bernie or busters in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania.”
While I was saying Trump was a formidable candidate and needed to be campaigned against like he could win others were wishing he would be the candidate cause he would be wiped out.
He is still that dangerous and formidable and needs to be looked at in those terms. He can’t do anything wrong in the eyes of his supporters.
He will do whatever crosses his mind without regard to anything.