Charles Blow declared in February “we are already trapped in a slow-motion constitutional crisis, or constitutional train wreck.” Days later, Keith Whittington, a professor of politics at Princeton University, and Eric Posner, of the University of Chicago law school, told The Guardian, no, we were not there yet. That would require the “unanswered flouting of constitutional rules.”
Yet with every day special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian election interference continues, with every degree the water in the pot rises, the frog slowly realizes it is being cooked. Whether the frog is the sitting president or all of us remains to be seen.
Hullabaloo: Constitutional crisis watch by @BloggersRUs: