I think there's a huge portion of people that are fatigued... they have more pressing things in their life than what a President does or how he conducts himself. They feel too far removed from his actions to care because it's too much.
For the people that do care, it's draining. How to convince people to care about something they feel is as-real as thinking about how to spending $1M dollars.
For the supporters that brush it off... well those people are living in a vacuum and don't see the forest for the trees; they may never feel the brunt of this impact because they think this is "winning." It's no longer about living together peacefully; it's about winning at the sake of someone else losing. No middle ground, no compromise, no crossing the aisle... just winning at all costs.
The talking points have been laid out by Barr's "non-summary" summary and then his press conference. People hear the first thing and go with because it fits their narrative or fuels their passions.
Either way, things are still on-going. I don't see this leading to impeachment due to the fact the Senate won't act towards any action against Trump because they are "winning" in the areas they want. While they lost the House in the Midterms, they haven't changed their actions.