Friday, July 31, 2020

Federalist Society co-founder: Trump's "delay the election" tweet is grounds for impeachment and removal

A notable line from the Times: “Opposition leaders expressed outrage, but most agreed, in public and private, that Mr. Trump’s outburst should be treated as a distress call rather than a real statement of his governing intentions.” That’s the best thing he has going for him in terms of defusing this situation before it starts to cost him in the polls. Voters understand he’s a blowhard and that he’s prone to pop off idly. They might not dwell on his latest tweet-fart, as there are so many others to smell. But if he keeps coming back to delaying the election, evincing a real interest in chicanery to protect his own power, we might see a dam-break in popular opinion. If he were to lose the other Calabresis and Olsens out there, he could go from 50/40 against Biden to something like 52/35. And then all bets would be off as to what the composition of the next Congress might look like.


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When did the federalist society lose its ability to read (and its mind)?

Posted by: Stu Buchalter | Jul 31, 2020 7:20:11 AM

There are only two certainties here:
1) If the Democrats had even considered the possibility of election delay, that's completely off the table
2) The terrible economic numbers were completely overwhelmed by his election tweet. Coincidence?

Posted by: jmod46 | Jul 31, 2020 8:23:38 AM

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