After more weeks of protest, Jay Shapiro thinks that the anti-judicial reform protest leaders have forgotten the purpose of demonstrating against change and have expanded the protests to unreasonable levels.
In the meantime, they are widely supported and anyone who opposes their opinion is silenced or heavily criticized.
Is the intensity of this protest justified? Isn't this an exception to logic? It is very possible that the time has come to say out loud that changes are needed in the judicial system and that it is permissible to strive for them.