Why impeachment will happen, and soon:
2 words: POTUS Ryan
We saw yesterday. The GOP is owned by donors and lobbyists, the Senate and the house.
Donors don't like Trump's unpredictability and incompetence. They want good soldiers who march as ordered, not a cranky toddler that throws tantrums and can make their stock drop with a tweet
every rich donor & non-deplorable knows Trump is mentally ill, can not be trusted. Getting a "not insane" POTUS there and having competent guys in the WH is not something only Dems want. They want it too, for evil reasons.
Trump is toast
There is a debate brewing among #NeverTrump conservatives (the few of us there are) and others: do we seek to persuade pro-Trump (or pro-Moore) voters, and understand them, or scold and mock them? /1
I am firmly in the “scold and mock” camp. The “We must understand and reason with them” approach rests on an assumption that theirs views are merely misinformed, or a reasonable expression of political frustration. To which I say: bullshit. /2
The hard-core Trumpers - like the people who now say “sure, Moore is a child molester, but at least not a Democrat” - are not the dispossessed and downtrodden just venting their frustration. They know exactly what they’re supporting. /3
3) In all fairness, Never Trump on the right did have two legitimate arguments that I subscribed to until election day, when I voted for Trump. First, that Trump wasn't going to win. Second, that Trump was going to govern as a liberal
Mini-Thread: I had discussions with several Senate aids last evening posing as someone opposed to Judge Moore. I am now certain that regardless of the validity of the claims, the key people of the #NeverTrump movement are involved.
Mindy Finn (who must have gone to the Evelyn Wood speed-reading school based on the fact that she posted this only minutes after the story was released by the Washington Post). Please note her personalized headline in this tweet: