As you know, the Democrats have settled on a Supreme Court narrative and they’re going at it hard:
The future of our democracy is at stake. The people deserve a voice in a decision that could radically alter the course of American justice for decades. https://t.co/wIvTSM9gb0
— Nancy Pelosi (@NancyPelosi) June 27, 2018
In 2016, Senate Republicans said that the American people deserve an opportunity to speak on Supreme Court nominees.
— Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) June 27, 2018
In Judiciary Hearing.
I will argue, among other things, that we should wait until after the election (McConnell rule) to hear and vote on a Supreme Court nominee. pic.twitter.com/u7jVi45y8p
— Cory Booker (@CoryBooker) June 28, 2018
Many in Hollywood, as well as some journalists, have given an assist in the last few days:
TDS escalation! Rob Reiner PLEADS with GOPers to 'stand up against tyranny' before constitutional process is followed on SCOTUS https://t.co/oPkXcqjNRX
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) June 28, 2018
Will be interesting to see how some GOP senators rationalize the idea that it’s suddenly now ok to debate an open SCOTUS seat in an election year. They may fully pull that hypocrisy muscle.
— Chuck Todd (@chucktodd) June 27, 2018
— Andrea Mitchell (@mitchellreports) June 27, 2018
It was too much for Washington Post fact checker Glenn Kessler:
Democrats are simply spinning a false narrative about "election year" votes –> https://t.co/ffSQrV5Obk
— Glenn Kessler (@GlennKesslerWP) June 28, 2018
Just Dem politicians?
AND journalists. Also, this isn't just some rando blue checkmark. this is the Washington Posts fact checker. https://t.co/BYqmkFRlCi
— Egregious Philbin (@Ericworwa) June 28, 2018
*And journalists. https://t.co/gQZejYub6n
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) June 28, 2018
— Chris (@CML_Texas) June 28, 2018
I almost fell out of my chair when I saw the Post finally deemed a Democrat lie to be just that https://t.co/eyeaqtTu8w
— Storm Paglia 🇺🇸 (@storm_paglia) June 28, 2018
— Rev. Spaceforce 🏍 (@Reverend_Ducati) June 28, 2018
"The Republican position, whether you disagreed with it or not, clearly was based on the fact that it was a presidential election year." https://t.co/k6C9QdH0wz
— Ed Whelan (@EdWhelanEPPC) June 28, 2018
What will the Dems & liberal media do now? Probably completely ignore that and keep pushing the same talking points.