October 6, 2019


Think of the next year in the Trump wars as sudden-death playoffs. Should the House impeach President Trump on charges of bad conduct or whatever and the Senate convicts him, he’ll be out of office and out of luck. But since the Senate is unlikely to convict him, he’ll advance to the election, where his bid for four more years will be decided.

By simplifying the process, one can avoid the agony of minute-by-minute reporting, news of “bombshells,” and media hype. It will make the election year more pleasant and the chances of missing important matters slim.

And there’s no need to rely on the media’s unreliable scorekeeping as to how the Trump wars are going. The hunches of an average citizen who checks the news from time to time and gabs with neighbors are likely to be closer to the truth.

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