Crazies Emerge After Death of RBG

Crazies Emerge After Death of RBG

Crazies Emerge After Death of RBG

It shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone, but the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (may she rest in peace) brought the crazies out on social media. They don’t know whether to scratch their watch or wind their butt, so they wail like a toddler whose dog just snatched candy from their hand.

First of all, let’s take a gander at the Queen Bee of The Squad — Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. She took to YouTube — sans make-up, it was so important — reminding her minions that RBG made a deathbed wish: that she not be replaced on the Supreme Court until President Trump is out of office. However, that horrible Mitch McConnell announced that RBG’s vacancy will be filled.

Why, the nerve! This is a man who does not care about a dying woman’s final wish! Clearly! 

However, the Constitution doesn’t give a rat’s patoot about a dying woman’s final wish. It doesn’t matter if progressives worshipped the ground on which she walked. The Constitution requires that a Supreme Court vacancy be filled — end of story.

Then there’s Reza Aslan — remember him? He wants to burn it all down if the Senate replaces Ginsburg. Damn the Constitution!

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Screenshot/twitter.

But also remember that Reza Aslan was the former CNN (ahem) “religious scholar” who ate cooked human brains and drank alcohol from a human skull. So consider his life choices.

And celebrities. What would we do without Hollywood crazies emoting?

Like Rob Reiner, who declared that the nation is in a state of war. War, people!

“Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s body isn’t even cold and Mitch McConnell is dancing on her grave. This is war. Dems have powerful weapons. Now is the time to use them.”

Actress Mandy Moore also raged at Mitch McConnell:

“Mitch McConnell is an evil hypocrite and Kentucky deserves so much better.”

Finally, the brilliant and erudite actress Elizabeth Perkins simply told McConnell:

“F–k you.”

Whatever would we do without their profundity and insight?

Plus, there are the rank-and-file, non-blue check ordinary crazies who lost their shit when RBG died. For example, these people who all want to kill Mitch McConnell:

Here are also some nuts who are trying to cancel McConnell by hawking around his house. Yes, I’m quite sure the Senator will take note of their indignation *eye roll.*

Finally, there’s this video of Screaming Woman which originally came from TikTok, but is so deliciously insane that conservatives have been posting it all over Twitter. Which leads me to ask: does this woman raise her children this to act this way? Or perhaps she doesn’t have children, which means that somewhere a gene pool has been spared.

How pathetic. This is what happens when politics is a religion for progressives and abortion their sacrament — and then their goddess dies.

 

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20 Comments
  • Molech-worshiping ghouls really, really love child-killing. Keeping it legal to the child’s first breath is their #1 personal and political goal.

    Don’t worry, pro-aborts. If you weren’t so low-information you’d know that:

    1. The Republican judges on the Supreme Court are too squishy and weak to overturn Roe (someone must have really good dirt on them).

    2. Even if Roe was overturned, it doesn’t make abortion illegal everywhere. You would be able to go many places, and probably within your own blue state, to kill your children.

    • Windy Wilson says:

      It is Moloch-worship. These women are killing their children on the altar of Moloch in order to guarantee their continued prosperity. This is exactly what the Phoenicians did and why they did it.

  • joetote says:

    It’s really going to be interesting if he nominates Amy, a Catholic mother of 7. The vitriol that will follow that is going to be nasty as hell and if folks can’t see through that, what next

  • Lloyd says:

    RBG was an American icon, to be sure, but…………Her wishes, last or otherwise, should have nothing to do with filling her seat on the Supreme Court. With a rather contentions election coming up, it would be wise to restore the court to full strength as soon as possible.

  • Paladin says:

    Kim, Kim, Kim—don’t you UNDERSTAND— this is IMPORTANT!!!! Something or someone must die so Liberalism can Live

  • Quentin-Q Quill says:

    Crazies aside, it’s hypocritical for Mitch to go ahead and place a justice on the Supreme Court with so little time left in Trump’s term when Obama had much more time left in his last term and Mitch blocked Obama’s nominee. Both sides play this game so your complaints about the Democrats ring hollow to me unless you also call out the Republicans. And there are plenty of crazies on the right as well. I’ve talked to a couple volunteers in Republican countyoffices the last several months who were Qanon supporters. They were just nuts and quite williing to share their unhinged beliefs. Oregon’s Republican candidate for the U.S. Senate posted a video of herself reciting the Qanon pledge and she seemed quite proud of herself for doing so. If you want to see crazy go to You Tube and take a look at Jo Rae Perkins, the Republican U.S. Senate candidate from Oregon.

    • Maureen from Regina says:

      Yes, kind of but no. Under the constitution, the POTUS nominates a candidate and the Senate will either confirm or deny that nomination through a vote (maybe with hearings) or do nothing with the nomination. They are not required to act in a timely manner or anything. The POTUS can rail and rant and cry about the actions (or non-actions) of the Senate, but the Senate is an independent body.

      In the case of Obama’s nomination, the Senate declined to do anything with it. Probably because they were waiting for the election year to be over and they wanted to see how the dust settled, but also because Obama was in his last year of being POTUS – should he have received the privilege of a nomination/confirmation that would impact for 20 or 30 years when he would be done in less than a year. Regardless there would be a new president.

      Fast forward to today and the situation is different – the POTUS will nominate someone (probably from his well published list) and the Senate will or will not decide to do something with that nomination. Probably they will go ahead and have hearings and a vote. The nomination might be confirmed or not. There will be an election and either Trump or Harris will be POTUS.

      It that hypocritical – maybe but then all politics is. Its sad, but it is a nasty game. And as others have mentioned has the insane left not gone bat sh!t crazy during Kavanaugh, then there might have been some wiggle room to wait until after the election. But threats have been made and the insane left absolutely believe that it is THEIR seat (which it isn’t), there needs to be a nomination and confirmation before the election.

    • GWB says:

      so little time left in Trump’s term when Obama had much more time left in his last term
      Which goes to show you don’t grasp the differences between those two circumstances.

      And go stuff your “both sides” crap.

    • SDN says:

      Sorry, you’re wrong, lying, or both.

      Fundamental difference:

      Then: President (D) Senate (R). The Senate was not then and is not now obligated to consent.
      Now: President (R) Senate (R) The voters made it that way.

  • Mary says:

    1. Isn’t a ‘threat to kill’ a crime in America?
    2. Is not a Judge impartial re politics?

  • Quentin-Q Quill says:

    HI Maureen,

    Thanks for your response. It was nice to see a response that was rational and civil. If Trump loses, though, wouldn’t it be basically the same as Obama having chosen a nominee that would have had an impact for 20 to 30 years when his time in office as limited? Why not just wait until after the election? If Trump wins, he can nominate and the process can play out and there won’t be the chance of a one term president nominating a justice with around 45 days left in his term. I’m just using the same type of reasoning the Repubicans used when they opposed Obama’s nomination. But it’s about control and power so that’s why the Repubicans want to push this through. Democrats play the same kind of power games. I think you made a good point about the Kavanaugh hearing.

    • GWB says:

      No, Q, you’re not using the same reasoning. 0bama was not going to be president at the end of that next January, no matter what. Period.

      And the Senate was controlled by an opposition party. If the people wanted to stop that sort of thing with Trump, they would have handed the Senate to the Democrats.

      As to power? Yes. The Dems made it about raw power. Here’s something Instapundit quotes from a Twit thread:
      “Since the masks are off, let me take off mine. I am, underneath it all, an utterly cold blooded pragmatist. I loathe to my DNA that SCOTUS is now most powerful. But it is. That’s not changing. And thus I want that power to be on my side as much as possible. If that means ramming a vote through as hard and fast as possible, so be it. So be it. I screamed my throat raw and typed my fingers bloody for decades telling everyone not to get to this point. I lost that argument. I lost that argument entirely. Will to power it is then.”

  • GWB says:

    Dems have powerful weapons.
    Like Twitter and Instagram and Facebook and Google!
    (Oh, and some loser cannon fodder like AntiFa who couldn’t win a revolution in a cod barrel.)

    and then their goddess dies
    Yes. Well put.

    • Joeythelemur says:

      Reiner seems totally clueless that the primary weapon that Democrats would have had, the judicial filibuster, was nuked by HIS OWN PARTY is their own power grab years back.

  • Too bad there wasn’t TicToc when Eleanor found Lucy’s love letters in my luggage this week in 1918. That screaming woman driving couldn’t hold a candle to Bab’s explosion!

  • Bill McGill says:

    I, for one, want to focus on something that seems to be taken for granted.

    These people LIE about everything. WHY does everyone assume RBG actually even said this “on her deathbed”?

    I’ve (very sadly) now watched 4 people die, two holding their hand. Death is not a movie. There are no eloquent words, so revelation. Its usually an hour of gasps, and gargles and, if any words at all, gibberish. It’s heartbreaking and one never gets over the moment.

    This whole “Don’t fill my seat” crap sounds completely scripted and vetted for fundraising.

    I don’t believe a second of it. Show us the video, or it didnt happen.

  • B says:

    The constitution doesn’t require a vacancy to be filled in a specified time or at all. It only gives the president the power to nominate, but doesn’t specify when. It only gives the senate the power of advice and consent, but doesn’t say when or that it must take a vote.

  • Sam L. says:

    Ahhh, so MUCH insanity!

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