It isn't spin. Dude didn't win the majority of votes in 2016. He also had his ass kicked in the Midterms because of the same message was clear as day. *Cough* Caravan. And his own party didn't even bother to get around to it when they had absolute power because half the GOP opposes it. This is one man, and a small minority of voters trying to hold the entire nation hostage. This is not McConnell not doing the Senate's job for years to steal a SCOTUS seat, despite a clear duty to perform and on the basis of a nomination of a POTUS who won by large margins twice, or trying to repeal the ACA over and over because it is good for votes despite a majority of Americans supporting it, it is clearly what the majority of Americans, the business community and even the GOP in those States that will be effected by an Un-American and Unconstitutional power-grab want. That's the voice of the People, not spin. As for "both parties" I love that argument. I truly do because it tells me that some people or so lucky, so privileged with their position in society, that their lives are by-and-large not effected no matter how shitty one of the parties is to tens of millions of people, whether thats trying to prevent them from voting, trying to tell half the population what to do with their body (or saving babies depending on your view), or making it legal (again) to fire people or deny them housing simply because of who they are. When I hear "Both Sides," since 2010 anyway, what I really here is: "Oh, I'm fine. I got mine. I'm good. Life is great. Terribly sorry that you're being treated like shit by the same folks in government over and over again, I don't really care... also CNN is being hypocritical. That's worse!" It isn't 1983, and we're not in the middle of the Cold War Consensus. There is a war for the soul of America, and what America should be and "both sides" doesn't fly, on either side, anymore. Or, so I am told.