Don't worry, guys, everything's going to be fine.
I know that because people who support GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump say so, usually right after Trump says something that makes me believe everything's not going to be at all fine.
It's happening again right now after Trump floated the possibility that the only way his opponent, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, might be kept from appointing pro-gun-control Supreme Court justices is if she's assassinated.
Trump started off at a Tuesday rally saying: "Hillary wants to abolish, essentially abolish, the Second Amendment."
No she doesn't. She has never said that — not once — or...