Just 10 months ago, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi proclaimed that an impeachment of President Donald Trump would not happen unless there was “something so compelling and overwhelming and bipartisan.” The House vote to impeach Trump was the dictionary definition of partisan—not a single Republican voted yes. There is nothing compelling and overwhelming here.
But our pro-impeachment media are investing as much moral authority in Pelosi’s putsch as they can muster. During live coverage of . . .