Trump hasn’t made it easy for his enablers on Capital Hill. As sworn testimony from career diplomats and national security officials rolls in regarding his “perfect” attempt to shake down Ukraine and its new president over the phone, Trumpers like Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) are left with no relevant facts to argue in defense of their guy, who now faces almost certain impeachment. The former Ohio Stat wrestling coach (which as it happens is giving Jordan problems in another matter) finds himself wrestling well above his weight class, indulging with his GOP cohorts in conjecture about conspiracy theories, the whistleblower’s identity, the witnesses’ lack of personal familiarity with Trump, or any other straw, which grasped might score their guy a point in the eyes of anyone not currently a member of Trump’s cult-like following.