President Donald Trump has normalized behavior that in any other age would appall the American public, but all we get from his supporters is a shoulder shrug. However, he may have hit the tipping point last week. With the firing of FBI Director James Comey, Trump has attempted to normalize the manipulation of the American legal system. Openly criticizing judges who ruled against his unconstitutional executive orders is one thing, but compromising the independent investigative powers of the FBI is beyond the pale. If the dismissal had happened after the election, Democrats would have rejoiced. But Comey was fired in the midst of the bureau's investigation into collusion between the Trump election campaign and Vladimir Putin's Russia, and supposedly after the director asked for more resources.