This is more fun than I ever dreamed possible. https://t.co/0i4KCm3KKt
— Rebecca de Winter (@BlazerMc88) February 1, 2017
As we reported Tuesday night, President Trump has nominated Judge Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court. Meanwhile, Paul Begala is among those who still can’t get over how the election played out:
Should the loser of the popular vote be entitled to fill a stolen Supreme Court seat? https://t.co/VXYCtp02B7
— Paul Begala (@PaulBegala) February 1, 2017
THIS again? Well, if it helps out Mr. Begala, here he goes:
<leafs through constitution> Yes. https://t.co/dXsGb7wOM4
— jon gabriel (@exjon) February 1, 2017
"He shall nominate, and by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate shall appoint Judges of the supreme Court." It's famous. https://t.co/6EsBx6hwI7
— Gabriel Malor (@gabrielmalor) February 1, 2017
Yes, because the Constitution trumps your hurt feelings https://t.co/RDtqE7M6hU
— DanRiehl (@DanRiehl) February 1, 2017
Some of the self-proclaimed constitutional “experts” on the Left seem to be having trouble handling real life.
— Philip Labonte (@philthatremains) February 1, 2017
There were 51 "popular votes"
Trump won 31 of em
— DaveinTexas Actual (@DaveinTexas) February 1, 2017
@PaulBegala Can you direct us to the popular vote clause of the Constitution?
— DC Dude (@DCDude1776) February 1, 2017
@PaulBegala Your former boss only won 43% & 49% of the popular vote in his 2 Presidential elections & filled 2 justice seats 💥
— The Right Wing M (@TheRightWingM) February 1, 2017
I think you should block lots of roads and shopping malls between now and 2018. Inconvenience as many suburban swing voters as you can. https://t.co/mTgG6hweo1
— Nathan Wurtzel (@NathanWurtzel) February 1, 2017
— Oregon Conservative (@ORConservative) February 1, 2017
You rooted for the guy in the primaries. Enjoy! https://t.co/RGGDwrTssg
— BT (@back_ttys) February 1, 2017
— Dale Jackson (@TheDaleJackson) February 1, 2017
— Irredeemable Patriot (@mikeydoeswork) February 1, 2017
They always want new rules when they lose. https://t.co/HkLHU8dkAX
— David Harsanyi (@davidharsanyi) February 1, 2017
Delete your twitter dude. This is among the dumbest thing I've ever seen. https://t.co/s7ZGd5Zl6h
— Rich Weinstein (@phillyrich1) February 1, 2017
And we probably haven’t seen anything yet.