I am certainly no fan of Donald Trump. Like it or not, the election is over. Now is the time for Democrats to focus on upcoming elections. They have a lot of work to do, including developing a cohesive statement of what they stand for and reaching out to voters that deserted them. Instead, many Democrats are still trying to get rid of President Trump.
First they tried election recounts. Then they tried to convince Republicans electors to vote for Clinton in the Electoral College. Fourteen months later they are still working on two approaches. One is to remove him from office by declaring him mentally unfit under the 25th Amendment. No matter what they do, the vice president would need to go along with them. That certainly won’t happen.
The other approach is to impeach him. According to some Democrats, nasty texts and unproven charges of collusion with the Russians qualify as high crimes and misdemeanors. That is utterly ridiculous. Even if they get control of the House, there is absolutely no way 2/3 of the Senate would vote to convict.
I realize that I have been attacking Democrats a lot lately. It is not a matter of partisan prejudice. As an independent moderate, I am disgusted with both parties. As a political analyst, I am frustrated by their unbelievable incompetence as they try to rebuild the party.