Less than a decade ago, in DeLay’s time, the Left sensed that you couldn’t accuse an opposition politician of a crime without at least making it look like an actual crime. But now, the rules for radicals boil down to one: If the target is an effective conservative leader, especially one with presidential prospects, anything goes. Today, if a blue-blue state subdivision elects a lawyer–Left activist district attorney, a Republican governor can be indicted for the felony of . . . being a Republican governor.
We need to see some indictments like these aimed at Democrat figures, too. They’re not going to stop something that works just because the GOP asks them nicely.
Anybody working to dig up some criminal dirt on this drunken prosecutor?