Recent comments, usually counsels of despair, fail to take into account the fact that legislation passed by the Dem House doesn't become law unless it's also passed by the Senate. And, except for revenue items (please don't ask me to explain this), the Senate filibuster remains a likely insuperable obstacle for the Dems before 2022. This is explained nicely at Red State:
I'm not ready for despair, despite everything. Please note that it's not just Manchin--Sinema spent her first two years voting for Trump judges and is also not budging on the filibuster.
This likely means that, with the two year window slammed shut, there's a lot riding on 2022. Everyone advocating assembly of a circular firing squad--via a third party--please reconsider. Trump is smarter than that, and we should all know what's at stake.