What’s next?

You have to wonder what comes next after the hysteria manifested by the Democrat/Media Axis in the first 10 days of the Trump administration. They have turned up the “resistance” to 11, Spinal Tap style.

Democrats vow to filibuster Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, whoever he is. The vow should detract from whatever Democrats have to say on the merits of the nomination, but they aren’t exactly held to the same standard applied to those outside their circle of love. They must want to compel Republicans to invoke the Reid rule for the purpose of confirming Supreme Court nominees, give the weak sisters among the Republicans a stage on which to do their thing, or reduce the functional size of the Supreme Court. It doesn’t seem like much of a plan.

Edward-Isaac Dovere gives a preview of coming attractions:

Democrats are already recalibrating to prepare for what’s next….

Democrats are now looking at new ways to delegitimize Trump, including a likely mass boycott of his address to a joint session of Congress Feb. 28, which takes the place of an official State of the Union in the first year of a presidency. Lieu said the goal needs to be building momentum toward the midterms with the hopes of taking the majority, and “I do believe that if we win back the House of Representatives, impeachment proceedings will be started.”

Well, of course. It’s good to plan ahead, but what about the next two years? I will simply observe that they can’t wait until 2018 and their act is getting old already.

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