Sure, it's Fox News, but Sky News Australia, The New York Post, and a few others are the only MSM covering this. The big takeaway is "the legislature has the power of the purse", which is pretty much in line with my comment that the US is a de facto parliamentary system.
Unlike the English Civil War, a change in the balance of power in the US shouldn't be bloody, but will result in a more popular government rising from the ashes.
The question I have for the people who want to say that the US is a "republic, not a democracy", other than what is the difference between the two, is:
"Are you condoning the current corruption in the system?"
Because nothing will change until the government truly becomes one of "We the people", which was propaganda since the Constitutional Convention was anything but popular.
So, do as you say, not as you do.