Former Democratic Representative from Michigan - John Conyers - caved to what had been going on in the court of public opinion. Here is the coverage of his immediate retirement today in Bloomberg.
The next who could cave could be Democratic Senator from Minnesota Al Franken.
Alabama Republican Roy Moore could still bow out of the election or, even if he wins a Senate seat, opt to not take it.
Going through formal channels, including the ones established by the U.S. legal system, could be the road less traveled by those needing to accomplish a specific task.
The court of public opinion has no embedded cost structure. It operates on the currency of creativity and committed participants. And it can produce outcomes very quickly.
America could be evolving into a less litigious nation.
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