CNBC journo John Harwood can always be counted on to provide some fresh reasons for the Resistance to keep hope alive, and the midterm results are no different:
retaining GOP control of Senate means Trump can keep getting conservative judges/Cabinet members approved
that matters – but pales in significance to Democrats recapturing the House
Trump WH faces mortal danger from Robert Mueller
he now has a wingman
— John Harwood (@JohnJHarwood) November 7, 2018
Really? People have questions:
LOL, don't they need a crime first? This whole case will be laughed out of the Supreme Court; where it's headed to now.
— Matt Brown (@Colchester1891) November 7, 2018
How John? Trump fires Rosenstein/Mueller. Dems investigate. It all ends up in SCOTUS which Trump controls.
— Warner Crocker (@WarnerCrocker) November 7, 2018
I remember when this guy was a serious newsman. What happened? https://t.co/IO689p8fUr
— Josh McKoon ?? (@JoshMcKoon) November 7, 2018
Mortal danger? For a “journalist”, descriptive words don’t come easy for you, do they? Is that why you used to run your stories past John Podesta?
— Blake Shaw (@BlakeShaw4) November 7, 2018
Well, there it is.
And of course the Dems and their media cheerleaders’ faith in the Mueller investigation is predicated on assumptions that the liberal narrative is completely true:
*Unless the Mueller investigation turns up squat. https://t.co/9dYFac386J
— Sam Valley (@SamValley) November 7, 2018
Spoiler: Trump is not in danger from Mueller https://t.co/Ko0HYjlNd2
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) November 7, 2018
This take makes sense only if you assume that Trump, his campaign, or his administration actually engaged in criminal activity (we don’t know that) and that there will be accountability (Doubtful). By the way, federal judges, who have life tenure, are pretty darn important. https://t.co/dQGc5dchIZ
— Lewis Brown, Jr. (@LewBrownJr) November 7, 2018