Crazies Emerge After Death of RBG
Crazies Emerge After Death of RBG
September 19, 2020
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!
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:
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:
What’s the matter with these people? pic.twitter.com/OtRZ2UYyBr
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) September 19, 2020
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.*
Send federal officers there now https://t.co/o6AV4X6XjS
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) September 19, 2020
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.
Good morning sunshinespic.twitter.com/08ZaGkds6B
— Pardes Seleh (@PardesSeleh) September 19, 2020
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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