There’s been a lot of talk about a “constitutional crisis” lately:
The true "constitutional crisis" is the concerted effort to "resist" or undermine the "norm" of a peaceful transfer of power after election.
— Randy Barnett (@RandyEBarnett) May 18, 2017
ThinkProgress Justice Editor Ian Millhiser believes there’s an erroneous assumption in the above tweet:
Well, it's not like Trump was elected. https://t.co/D0kX8HjwOp
— Ian Millhiser (@imillhiser) May 18, 2017
Cling to that denial!
This is actually real. The Progressives still don't know why they lost. https://t.co/jd3iK1rXKs
— Rich Weinstein (@phillyrich1) May 18, 2017
The lesson is not being learned.
@imillhiser I mean, he kind of was though.
— Casey Mattox (@CaseyMattox_) May 19, 2017
"What does a federal elector do in a federal election, anyway?" https://t.co/LM76yyTAhE
— Strahan Cadell (@Sartor1836) May 19, 2017
The Electoral College would disagree with you. https://t.co/GnwcetSYX3
— George Sears 🐸 (@penguinman2) May 18, 2017
For the life of me I can't understand why the trust in media is so low. https://t.co/QycejUPIxV
— Blame Big Government (@BlameBigGovt) May 19, 2017
— Filthy O'Hoolihan (@Shimmyfab) May 18, 2017
And that’s the side that lectures the Right about “denial”? Laughable!