The fundamental strategy of chess is to protect the king. Monica Crowley’s recent piece in The Hill reads like a distorted version of the game. While willing pawns tried to protect their king, they were also busy defending the queen and the collective agenda of fundamentally shifting the nation to the left. While they cheated and violated the rules during their turn, the discovery of the misbehavior may ultimately cost them the game.
The question remains whether the players will be able to take out enough of the opponents’ pieces to bring about checkmate on the black king and his progressive legacy. More