Brett Kavanaugh hasn’t even been confirmed to the Supreme Court yet and Politico is out with the instruction manual for the impeachment of SCOTUS justices:
Analysis: So how would impeaching a Supreme Court justice work, exactly? Here's what could happen if Democrats win control of the House. https://t.co/8iyQ73Im0y
— POLITICO (@politico) October 6, 2018
The “media” can always be counted on for completely objective takes on the issues of the day.
So what you're saying is that there is about a 0.0% chance of this happening. Thanks for wasting out time with re-posting the Articles of Impeachment. What a joke….
— G (@TCC_Grouchy) October 6, 2018
Odds of the Dems capturing two-thirds of the Senate? Probably not high.
I’ll have “Hypotheticals that aren’t written during Democratic presidencies” for $1000, Alex. https://t.co/VHW1Yhxuad
— Kevin Meyer (@KCchemguy) October 6, 2018
Funny how that works, right?
This is definitely the way to go here, media. https://t.co/qYMoTtRg1n
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) October 6, 2018
— Jim Treacher (@jtLOL) October 6, 2018
Please run a headline like this everyday until November 6th.
All Republican candidates https://t.co/Uks0sSi2nF
— Ghoulemiah👻 Poff (@JJ_Poff) October 6, 2018
Today’s media- a weaponized propaganda machine.
— Cody Bauman (@cbracin4) October 6, 2018
Keep digging. https://t.co/2pAC81qw5F
— BareConservative👈🏼 (@myshoeisuntied1) October 6, 2018
Republicans can do the same to liberal justices. Bring it on.
— HF Walter (@zbhw) October 6, 2018
I really hope Democrats pursue this. It’s a dead end that will nonetheless ensure Republicans stay motivated & engaged. https://t.co/wO7tkqZHVw
— Stars and Stripes (@StarznStrypz) October 6, 2018
Seriously? On what grounds?
— BuckeyeGal (@BGif) October 6, 2018
Is “because we’re triggered” considered acceptable grounds for impeachment of a SCOTUS justice?