An Ambulance with No Chasers
Back in the summer I mentioned on The Mark Steyn Show that "cancel culture" was increasingly literal: It used to mean you got kicked off Twitter or Facebook; then it progressed to losing your job or television show or book contract. By 2020 it had advanced to being denied domain registration on the Internet, credit-card services, bank accounts and other basic necessities of modern life. Now, in a country with more lawyers than the rest of the planet combined, the supposedly "most powerful man on earth" wakes up and finds his counsel just canceled.
In America everybody from 9/11 plotters to celebrity pedophiles, Boston
bombers to Oscar-winning serial rapists gets hotshot law firms and nobody bats
an eyelid. But not Donald J Trump, who is apparently unfit for legal