James Comey Got Whacked, The Question Is “Do We Care?”
"Despite this sparseness, or maybe I should say because of it, it is the most shocking single document compiled about the official conduct of the public duties of any President since the release of the Watergate tapes."
It's pretty clear at this point that when it comes to what counts as a "smoking gun" in the Donald Trump obstruction of justice saga (and in the attendant effort to prove that his associates colluded with the Kremlin), the President's support base isn't prepared to accept anything as "proof."
Not to put too fine a point on it, but the evidence is overwhelming. Indeed, there's so much evidence that the risk now is that the weary public, overwhelmed by the frantic pace of the news cycle, will fall victim to the Johnnie Cochran glove trick.
Here's what we wrote earlier this year on that:
No longer is this a question of establishing enough coincidences to render those coincidences, well, to render them not coincidental, it’s now gotten to the point where there’s almost too much proof. That is, this is one of those rare cases where the sheer amount of incriminating evidence has accidentally created its own smoke screen.
He’s so guilty that we can’t even decide where we need to focus. It’s like the O.J. Simpson trial all over again.
And if we’re not careful, we’ll end up getting the same outcome.
We’ve got all the pieces to the puzzle, but there are so many of th
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