Despite the White House's best efforts to stop more evidence from accumulating against Trump, another dump of damning facts has emerged.
This time evidence is coming from Lev Parnas, one of Rudy Giuliaini's Soviet-born associates who got embroiled in the impeachment inquiry.
The judge in charge of Parnas' (separate) case in New York, allowed the transfer of WhatsApp messages, text messenges, and images from his personal records, according to his attorney Joseph A. Bondy.
That spells more bad news for Trump.
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McConnell has sought to dismiss the trial although it doesn't appear he has enough Republican support to get away with it.
With the additional evidence discovered in just the last three weeks, the case against Trump has become even more solid.
Seeing this, McConnell is even more determined to not have a fair trial.
The only chance of any fairness will come if four Republicans vote for witnesses and release of transcripts.
If witnesses are allowed to testify and documents are released, the trial could suddenly take an unexpected turn and Trump could be convicted.
I wouldn't bet on it, but you never know. We're not living in normal times.
Time for me to walk on down the road...