An overwhelming majority of Americans will elect their own party candidate, even if this threatens democracy.
This article was translated from Finnish
US President Donald Trump is on judgment. He is accused of inciting his supporters in a revolt aimed at overturning the democratic election result.
The Senate may vote on the verdict as early as the weekend. The material seen in the civil trial this week has been a stop. It will come even closer if you change the Capitol Hill to the Finnish Parliament.
I imagine the stairs of the Parliament House, the breaking line of riot police and the crowd rushing in. How would it feel to see a surveillance camera image of how Sanna Marin , Matti Vanhanen and Jussi Halla-aho escaped a violent group at the last minute? The evening news would be muted as the vandals rode the paternoster lifts, climbed the gallery and waved the president's gavel.
At the end of it all, the president, who aroused the fervor of the crowd, would say he loved the occupiers and would tell them to remember the day forever.
How to proceed from that?