[Ed. – …in two years, apparently. She’s what passes for a “conservative” at the Washington Post.]
It appears that “conservative” Kathleen Parker of the Washington Post has joined with “conservative” David Brooks of the New York Times in fully embracing the crazy political fantasies of the unhinged left. Both are now predicting the imminent removal of President Trump from office. Brooks predicted Trump would resign from office or be impeached within a year. Parker is very slightly more reasonable by extending that time frame to two years when a new Congress chock full of Democrats elected in 2018 would immediately begin impeachment proceedings against Trump.
Parker takes us on a trip down lunacy lane in her February 10 column:
Good news: In two years, we’ll have a new president. Bad news: If we make it that long.
My “good” prediction is based on the Law of the Pendulum. Enough Americans, including most independent voters, will be so ready to shed Donald Trump and his little shop of horrors that the 2018 midterm elections are all but certain to be a landslide — no, make that a mudslide — sweep of the House and Senate.