When the No. 3 House Republican gets the high jump this week, the real loser will be the attempt to suppress any real examination of what happened in the last election.
Comparisons are often odious but this one is simply an outrage.
As with all the other pillars of traditional America, business has gone horribly wrong.
At some point, the former Republican establishment will have to familiarize itself with the consequences of being defeated by Donald Trump within its own party.
It was impossible to foretell that the reaction of the post-Reagan bipartisan and political class to its being rejected would be not only to confect defamatory hatred against Trump but of America.
The U.S. now has an official regime of lies, supported by an almost worthlessly dishonest media, and scores of millions of Americans brainwashed into the false view that they live in an evil country.
No one could have imagined that we would so quickly squander the West’s mighty and bloodless strategic victory in the Cold War.
The wheels are coming off the rickety anti-Trump coalition in all four directions.
There is no reason to believe that this drifting flotsam of a government has any other idea of what to do with the responsibility it must soon start to discharge.
There is no possibility that properly apprised of the contents of H.R. 1, the American people would approve of it.
The sooner both these unworthies are banished to the merciful obscurity of the memory, the better for the Empire State and the nation’s suffering metropolis.
America can enjoy settling down, but if the Democrats are going to be contenders in the deciding round, they are going to have to do much better than they have done in the last 50 days.
Joe Biden, a man who 34 percent of Americans think is not sufficiently mentally alert for his office, is presiding amiably over a regime infested with anti-American forces.
If H.R. 1 is enacted the question of whether and to what extent the United States remains a government of laws and a genuine republic will not be possible to answer affirmatively with any confidence.
Trump will keep it going until the next election and either be the Republican nominee or choose the Republican nominee.
The dream of a return to the pre-Trump party of post-Reagan amiable Democratic lookalike losers will not come true.
The former president enjoys an immense following and those who united to depose him are going to have to do much better than they have to maintain their coalition and prevent his successful return.
At this point, Joe Biden doesn’t look any more like Franklin Roosevelt than he does like Donald Trump.
The notion that Donald Trump is about to be abandoned by the force that he created is poor and wishful thinking.
The supremely inconvenient fact is that Donald Trump has by far the largest political following of anyone in the United States, and the attempt to deny him the ability to seek reelection has failed.