Whether a President is found guilty or innocent depends upon the political alignment of the President, House and Senate. This makes the process politically partisan thus biased. If the House and Senate are controlled by different parties, this all but ensures that the President is safe from being removed from office. If the House and Senate are controlled by the same party, this all but ensures that a President from the same party will not be held accountable, and if the President is from a different party this ensures that a conviction is all but certain. Political parties lack the objectivity to check themselves or those they oppose. Tribalism makes us predictable in that if we like someone we will either give them a pass, minimize the negatives or rationalize them away. Yet when it is someone we dislike we go fangs out when they do a like thing. Tribalism makes hypocrites out of all of us but we tend to be oblivious to our own hypocrisy and hyper aware of the hypocrisy of those we dislike. We are oblivious to our own bias because in the moment it is all but indistinguishable from objectivity. To add insult to injury we humans suck at self assessment which makes seeing our bias problematic. Any who have been to counseling for a relationship problem know that looking inward to find our own flaws and identity how we are part of the problem is what is recommended. Make no mistake about it, the growing rift between the left and right is a relationship problem which will never be solved by both sides pointing the bony finger of indignation outward while ignoring the bias and hypocrisy of their own side. If the left and the right spent as much time in introspection as they do analyzing the opposition, this would do more than anything else to close the distance between the two sides. Sadly this will not happen as to do so is to go against our tribal nature which is innately ingrained in us all. We need to find a better way to investigate and prosecute a sitting a President as allowing political partisans to do it is theater of the absurd.