As we’re reported, Donald Trump made big waves this morning with a tweet heavily critical of the “so-called judge” who has halted his executive order banning travel from seven countries. ThinkProgress Justice Editor Ian Millhiser, living in apparent fear of arrest ever since the new president took office on January 20th and doomed the nation, wants something considered:
Consider the possibility that we shouldn't let this man put anyone on the Supreme Court. https://t.co/aSpLz1VBBC
— Ian Millhiser (@imillhiser) February 4, 2017
That leads to a question:
How do you propose to stop him? https://t.co/yy509xSplG
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) February 4, 2017
Dems will have plenty of time to ponder that until the next election rolls around.
Trump tweeted something bad about a judge so now we have to throw out the Constitution. https://t.co/338PQPKXZ9
— Mo Mo (@molratty) February 4, 2017
— Liars Never Win (@liars_never_win) February 4, 2017
That's literally how it's supposed to work. Your statement is more antithetical to Constitutional checks and balances than Trump's. https://t.co/hNqZfWF2ne
— THE Chris Coon (@Coondawg68) February 4, 2017
@imillhiser Consider the possibility that you should have beat him in some kind of election.
— William Christopher (@Corvatarian) February 4, 2017
Yes, we didn't like his tweet so let's deprive the whole country from a very competent pick… https://t.co/JkXGdODA2b
— PollySpin (@PollySpin) February 4, 2017
— Jason Epstein (@Southfive) February 4, 2017
You'll have 8 years of the sadz if you don't learn Trump's troll game. https://t.co/I88ZMNN6pK
— The Pragmatic BC (@chinobc) February 4, 2017
@imillhiser want are you smoking Ian? Gorsuch is a phenomenal pick and you know it full well.
— NWO in Retreat (@dj_dwjohns1) February 4, 2017
Consider the reality that your side lost the election. https://t.co/MGynkgucqU
— jag (@slobbey) February 4, 2017