That is a question I never thought I would need to ask. But, via InstaPundit, law professor Randy Barnett makes an alarming point:
It is shameful that we’ve reached a point where such a question is legitimately being asked. So the establishment, Washington, is supposed to have some sort of veto over who the American people elect? Does the swamp think it’s bigger than the American people?
I agree with Professor Barnett that this is a constitutional crisis. The most powerful branch of today’s government is the Fourth: the permanent federal bureaucracy that is nowhere mentioned in the Constitution. The Trump administration can best be viewed, perhaps, as a struggle to the death between American voters and the federal employees who are paid to serve them.