Excerpt from Conservative Review
Written by Daniel Horowitz
Thanks to the FBI scandal and Trump keeping himself scarce, the prognosis for Republicans appears to be improving at the exact right moment. Even if it is not enough for Trump to win the presidency, it is very likely Republicans will retain narrow control of the Senate and easily preserve their majority in the House.
We will be left with the same malignant Senate GOP we always had.
While much of the conservative movement has been consumed this year over the raging debate about Trump, conservatives seem to forget that the bigger schism is still in place. Many of the key “leaders” in Washington who spent decades before this election capitulating to Democrats, and whose perfidious leadership gave rise to Trump, are still around. And most of them probably aren’t going anywhere.