Even FoxNews is gobsmacked.
I think our frame of reference for what's normal and what's extraordinary has been so damaged by the last 7 years that we can't grasp how grave and astounding all of this is.— BrandenburgTestHat (@Popehat) June 28, 2022
On the other, other, satirical hand:
Fox News's Bret Baier describes Hutchinson's testimony as "stunning" and "compelling" pic.twitter.com/aBoJ2h43MK— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) June 28, 2022
I am a little curious about how much "good graces in Trumpworld" are worth, even in the "Trumpworld" market. Because Trump's loyalty all runs one way, and he can turn you into a liar and leaker who he never knew at the drop of a hat.
US treason hearings blasted for partisanship, as only Republican witnesses are called.— DPRK News Service (@DPRK_News) June 28, 2022
Well, that's just because the future is impossible to predict! I still want my goddamned flying car!
Ken From 2012: what kind of things will we be lawsplaining in the distant future of 2022?— BrandenburgTestHat (@Popehat) June 28, 2022
Ken from 2022: "What are the elements of assault on a Secret Service agent if it's the President doing it?"
Ken from 2012: Fine, be an asshole and don't tell me.
The real change in frame is the death of the Voting Rights Act; all we're doing now is waiting for the funeral, expected shortly. 15th Amendment, we hardly knew ye (some amendments are more sacred than others).
With one each in Alabama, Georgia, and Louisiana, that makes at least *three* U.S. House districts that lower courts have ruled had to be "majority-minority" districts under the Voting Rights Act (and likely Democratic), but that won't be in the 2022 midterms thanks to #SCOTUS. https://t.co/TDiA8Fln8f— Steve Vladeck (@steve_vladeck) June 28, 2022