FILE - In this May 17, 2018 file photo, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., departs after a vote on Gina Haspel to be CIA director, on Capitol Hill in Washington. Feinstein is facing a challenge from fellow Democrat Kevin de Leon, currently California state Senate president pro tem, in the upcoming California Primary on June 5.
Photo: AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File
Photo: AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File

‘Et, tu, California?’ The left asks

From The L.A. Times: “With just a quarter of the state’s registered voters, Republicans won a spot in the gubernatorial runoff against Gavin Newsom in November and recalled a Democratic state senator, effectively crushing Democrats’ hope of regaining a supermajority in that house.”

2. California voters had their chance to make a statement against Trump. They declined

From The L.A. Times: “Where is it written that things are supposed to be easy?”

3. The Democrats Navigate Around an Iceberg

From The New York Times: “What do the primary results from California, New Jersey and places in between bode for November?”

Has the blue wave ‘crested and ebbed?’ The right wonders