SOMEBODY SAID RECENTLY follow the rats.
This is actually, possibly, not such a hot idea. America needs two, vital political poles to counter-balance one another. When one is so weakened by its own corruption that the other can walk all over it (as the Democrats have done for a long time), the country suffers. But it may be that the rampant corruption of the Democrat party — due, I suspect, in large part to the unwillingness of the partisan legacy media to examine said corruption in any meaningful way — has spread so far and metastasized so virulently that there is no way to save the corpus. Only palliatives can have any effect, and then only until the inevitable end.
And what may rise from the ashes might not be so pretty.