The Democrats finally “grew a spine,” but this is what it took.

An Atlantic staff writer writes, “The detention camps weren’t enough. The policy of deliberate child torture was insufficient. The neglect of Americans displaced by natural disasters didn’t pass muster. The hush money shelled out to the president’s former mistresses in violation of federal law was too small a crime. The president using his office to enrich himself wasn’t sufficient. Deflecting blame from a foreign government’s effort to elect the president while seeking financial gain from that government, and then attempting to obstruct the investigation, was deemed too complicated to pursue. But when the president attempted to use his authority to extort a foreign leader into implicating one of his political rivals … in criminal activity, the leadership of the Democratic Party seemed to suddenly recognize what it was facing ….” Read the entire article here.


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