One thing I think Democrats don't understand is that myopic appeals to what happened in 2016 (regardless of the actual standard McConnell set re: control of the presidency and the Senate) ignore what happened in 2018.

The right remembers Kavanaugh.
The viciousness of the left during that battle has not been forgotten, and even in these years that seem to last decades, those wounds are still fresh for many.
Threats of mass political violence just confirm what many on the right thought last time: one way or the other, the left will try to force its way on us, whether it costs one man's reputation or the damage wrought by rioters.
Lord, things are about to get so ugly.

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