I did not include this in my previous "junk"? email, because it did not blend in well with parking cars.
In my opinion, there should be no rush to bring Trump down ASAP. I think he should keep on blabbering and blaring out his little old dysfunctional tirades until the justice system, after careful deliberation and prosecutory matters play out. As his lawyers seem to feel, he should keep his frickin mouth shut, because the more he says, the deeper the hole gets, and more difficult to try and defend. Sure, he impresses his base, and he fills hall rooms and arenas who come out to cheer him, but the more he talks, the more he adds to the prosecution's cases (plural on account of increasing liability, and proving his guilt). The best thing the Democrats have going is a babbling and wailing Trumpster. What the Democrats need to do, in my opinion, is to defend and support their current leader, who happens to be president). Anything that splits and divides the current team in open dissent or negative appearance, will only hurt. The Republicans are currently engaged in their own circular firing squad, and some are blazing away in the open. Democrats should not use the opposition's play book, in any form; no how, no way. If adjustments or actions are to be considered, they should be in the privacy of DNC offices, and away from the maddening crowd of the kind of people who would love to see a dissention-riddled fight. Democrats are known for boisterous behavior and lack of discipline, while the Republicans usually represent the cool and inert and bland as their brand. Not so, this time. Let them bring their own selves down and we save our money for the tough grind after the conventions. Just sayin'.
Q. What is the difference between a law-abiding gun owner and a criminal?
A. The .2 of a second that it takes to pull a trigger.