It is now apparent that the Obama Administration criminally interfered in an election to determine it's successor. It's unknown whether Obama himself was involved, but the optics aren't good. This conspiracy is nothing less than an attempted Coup D'Etat.
Now the USA faces a dilemma: do we go though the national angst, the sturm und drang, of flashy show trials to send a few of the worst malefactors to prison, or do we not, and just proceed with M.A.G.A.?
Are there any alternatives? Let's look.
Why can't the SCOTUS take this bull by the horns and on it's OWN MOTION, decide that the legal process it presides over was badly abused, and make the Court's own corrections, which would likely include Contempt citations?
It DOES seem fairly obvious that the Congress will do little, if anything, in the way of remedies. The GOP is badly split, with FAR too many of it's members habitually siding with the Left on these matters, and of course, since the Left ARE the bad guys in all of this, they can be expected to offer only a worsening of the situation.
President Trump, of course, is in command here, but Mister President, you need to SHOW us that you are in charge. Make a decision on the direction this is all going to go, implement your decision, and we will back you up.
The goals and method are simple here: the election system is badly compromised. The Left has done 98% of the compromising. The voter rolls must be purged of dead voters and illegal aliens, a better system of designing Congressional Districts MUST be put into place to prevent the Left's use of "gerrymandering", and while we're at it, we need to bring the entire voting system into the 21st century technically.
When these election reforms are done, the evil that is the Criminal Left is emasculated, and will no longer have the influence it does. Just an example: the rise of "dynasties" such as the Clinton Dynasty has to be ended. No one family is ever born with the genes to make them the perfect leaders, and that idea is sold by the Left with a whole lot of bullcrap when it has happened, most recently in the case of the Kennedys and then the Clintons.
I would favor a new set of term limits: One, each and only, six-year term for a President, and two, four-year terms for Senators and Representatives. I might even consider abolishing Standing Committees in the House and Senate, as they have proven that they are simply nests of vested political power.
This is NOT a shot at President Trump, but in present circumstances, I don't think we can actually Make America Great Again unless we permanently root out the criminal evil that is the entrenched political system. If that requires a Second Revolution, so be it.