NPR Reporter on PBS: Most House Repub­li­cans Want to ‘Burn It All Down’

<div>NPR Reporter on PBS: Most House Republicans Want to 'Burn It All Down'</div>

On Mon­day nights, the PBS New­sHour usu­al­ly airs the pun­dit pan­el of NPR White House reporter Tama­ra Kei­th and polit­i­cal fore­cast­er Amy Wal­ter. It does­n’t usu­al­ly have the fire­works of the Cape­hart & Brooks pan­el on Fri­days, but both women ripped con­ser­v­a­tive House Repub­li­cans on the lat­est edi­tion.
Lib­er­als always dis­play nos­tal­gia for the “good old days” of Eisen­how­er-Nixon-Ford Repub­li­can­ism, what’s been called me-too Repub­li­can­ism, I’ll be for a slight­ly less expen­sive ver­sion of your “Great Soci­ety” sta­tism. 
PBS anchor Amna Nawaz quot­ed from Wal­ter’s lat­est report:

You said: “If you step back from the day-to-day chaos, it’s eas­i­er to see this as part of a longer tra­jec­to­ry, one in which the so-called estab­lish­ment has been grad­u­al­ly and effec­tive­ly under­mined for the last 30 years.”

Wal­ter lament­ed the rise of Gin­grich in 1994…which was the first House Repub­li­can major …