Regarding the Impeachment Falderal:
DiFi (Senator Feinstein) ought to know by now that “Facts” ― inevitably dependent on their associations and, more important, on their statements ― are not truths. Their statements or expressions can come close to truths ― which is the best we can expect. A “fact” is never absolute. (Our very language reflects this. “This is true” is not quite the same as: “This is the truth.”) [i] Yes, “Few fresh paradigms of social or scientific thought take hold by convincing confirmed sceptics [like DiFi]. What usually happens is that new practitioners in a field [like The Donald] adopt the novel approach while the unreconstructed old fogies [like DiFi] die off or retire.” [ii]
Denying the existence of The Deep State is like denying sunrise and sunset.
[i] Remembered Past; On History, Historians, and Historical Knowledge, by John Lukacs, Chapter I, Page 17, edited by Mark G. Malvasi and Jeffrey O. Nelson, ISI Books, Wilmington, Delaware, © 2005 ISI Books.
[ii] From H. W. Brand’s The Reckless Decade, America in the 1890s, Copyright © 1995 by H. W. Brands, University of Chicago Press edition 2002, Page 25.