Where did I make assumptions other than more evidence tends to lead to more people believing something?
I think you mean the difference is Trump broke the world and everything about it the second he was conceived.
I also think you missed a few, or more, differences, but hey, why bother when you can go straight to the 'Trump card'?
>Where did I make assumptions other than more evidence tends to lead to more people believing something?
You made some assumption to come to the conclusion that the Kavanaugh case was somehow relevant to the Trump case.
>I think you mean the difference is Trump broke the world and everything about it the second he was conceived.
You're the one who said it.
I know you think that liberals/leftists have an irrational undying hatred for Trump's existence, but that's not the case for vast majority people. And you're not going to be discussing honestly if you think that anyone here feels that way.
When Trump got elected, I wanted him to do good for the country or at the very least do nothing bad.
You're the one who said it, is exactly right. Why do you point to Trump? Why not CNN who was sourced?
I think instead of "I know you think", you meant, 'I think, that you think'. Lefties, not typical liberals, said to be more libertarian in today's world I guess.
That sounds nice on the surface, but if you happened to hate everything he stands for, or him personally, then it don't mean much. It would've been like saying, 'I wish Obama would do good for the country', which would have meant implementing some more conservative policies, to a conservative, even though it was clear that was highly unlikely to happen. 'If only I could win the lottery', is not a valid excuse for unpaid bills.