These margins in Wisconsin aren't even close. National polls are nice, but the Electoral College is what counts, and Democrats look like they've got a lot of ground to make up in maybe the most important state of 2020
Roger Stone was sentenced Thursday to just more than 3 years in prison, a decision that raises immediate questions about whether Trump will pardon his longtime political confidant for what the president has decried as a miscarriage of justice. @politico
Takeaway 1: Everybody involved in Democratic politics—activists, operatives, pundits, voters, and even Bernie Sanders and his staff and supporters—has to start getting used to the possibility that he might be the eventual nominee.
Roger Stone was found guilty of lying to Congress and threatening a witness.
He did it to cover up for Trump. His sentence is justified.
It should go without saying, but to pardon Stone when his crimes were committed to protect Trump would be a breathtaking act of corruption.