This is cute. In its latest destined-to-fail bid to shame Senate Republicans into confirming President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, the administration has taken video of Obama’s appearance at the University of Chicago Law School, added some animated overlays, and posted it as “Supreme Court 101” taught by Professor POTUS.
— Josh Earnest (@PressSec) April 27, 2016
— Mastodon Republic (@MastodonRepub) April 27, 2016
— Bill Houck (@BillHouck4) April 27, 2016
A lecture on the Constitution is rich coming from a president who once told disappointed members of a gun control roundtable that he was “constrained by a system our founders put in place” and who let the American public know in 2014 that he had a pen and a phone and was “not just going to be waiting for legislation” in order to enact his agenda.
— Felix Rennick (@SuperDemocrat) April 27, 2016
— Norman Collier (@normcollier1) April 27, 2016
But the vice president made it perfectly clear in March that “there is no Biden rule. It doesn’t exist.” Never mind the video.
— The Chapped Hide (@TheChappedHide) April 27, 2016
— Boom Liberty News (@silentboomer) April 27, 2016
— Christopher Hove (@macnmactx) April 27, 2016
— Brett Nolan (@GALaundryGuy) April 28, 2016