TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Democrats have every practical reason for wanting to see Trump impeached during his final days in office.
The first and most obvious reason is to make Republicans weaker. Every loss diminishes a political party and impeachment is nothing if not a loss. So, there's that.
But, there's also another thing. Democrats need to keep talking about Donald Trump, next week and forever if they're going to keep their own party together.
Most political coalitions are built on shared interests. The Democratic coalition is built on shared genetics.
The basic idea is that everyone who's not a straight white man must be united as one in unshakable solidarity. The problem is, that can't happen because it's not true. In real life, many Democrats have nothing in common with each other.
Once Donald Trump leaves the scene, "The Great Unifier," and it's time to divvy up the spoils of the United States Treasury to begin "The Great Piñata Party of 2021, various components within the Democratic Party, the fabled communities you hear so much about, will turn on each other with feral ferocity.