As Twitchy reported earlier, the House Judiciary Committee voted along party lines to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt for failing to provide them an unredacted copy of the Mueller report and about a zillion supporting documents — there’s an impeachable offense in there somewhere … either Barr blacked it out or it’s somewhere in the pile of two years’ worth of evidence collected.

Rep. Jerry Nadler then ran to the TV cameras to declare a “constitutional crisis,” a phrase quickly parroted by intrepid DNC stenographer Jim Acosta.

Never Trumper Bill Kristol posted what he must have considered some sort of “gotcha” moment with Sen. Marco Rubio, and it caught CNN’s Jake Tapper’s attention:

It’s not a perfect comparison — it’s nowhere close — but Tapper thought he’d give it a signal boost anyway.

Seriously, how hard is it to understand? Democrats waited two years for Robert Mueller to come up with proof that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia and that’s why Hillary Clinton lost, and they didn’t get what they wanted. Boo hoo.

We’re old enough to remember Nadler practically sobbing on the House floor over “sexual McCarthyism” during Bill Clinton’s impeachment.

Is this an apple or a banana?