I’m watching the same duration of the Trump impeachment as I did of the O.J. trial: zero minutes, zero seconds. I find out more than enough from snippets on Twitter. Since impeachment isn’t my beat, I’m not obliged to slog through this farce. But I’m grateful to The Stream’s Al Perrotta, and Will Chamberlain of Human Events, for their patient analyses. We need honest, patriotic journalists parsing the details, so the rest of us don’t have to.
I won’t wade into minutiae of the trial. I really don’t care. Nothing the Democrats could prove, after all their lies and sabotage of our government’s function, should matter at this point. Removing Donald Trump from office now, after three years of Kafkaesque persecution of Trump and his supporters, would be an outrage. Any Republican who votes for it, any “conservative” who supports it, we should see now and always as an foe, worse than Ilhan Omar or Nancy Pelosi since they don’t pretend to be our friends. ….