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A pretty good assessment. It's nice to see the picture start to make sense of the events. They won't stop with the impeachment though, even if it turns into an exploding cigar. If the Democrats are Wile E Coyote, then ACME is the Deep State. There's always more in the catalog.
Very good. Pelosi's squawking about Trump claiming Article II gives him the power to do whatever he wants is some sort of statement that he thinks he's above the law misses the point, and I think Pelosi knows it and she fears it - within the context of what Trump said what he meant is that he is not merely head of the Executive Branch, he is the Executive Branch. All this squawking about Trump not following the rules and threatening the independence of the executive branch agencies when he's trying to repeal or roll back their regulations are nonsense. The latest is the incandescent lightbulbs and the low-flow plumbing fixtures - focusing on whether the regulations were good or bad or popular or unpopular misses the larger question - does the President have the power to simply order the executive branch agencies to do as he wills or is the President bound by the rules the executive branch agencies themselves have created to spell out how things must be done? The answer should be plainly seen.
Mr Trump is being rejected because the establishments don't like him. The reason for the dislike is that he doesn't like the establishments. Congress' approval numbers have been in the terlet for years; what else is new?