If Brett Kavanaugh is confirmed the world will end.
That is, of course, unless Putin destroys it first.
Or the tax cuts.
Or net neutrality.
Or whatever the latest panic-inducing, fearmongering BS claim the Left is making today.
This bit from ThinkProgress is exceptionally stupid.
— ThinkProgress (@thinkprogress) July 17, 2018
Chief Justice John Roberts has a plan to neuter the Voting Rights Act. All of it. He’s held onto this plan for nearly forty years, waiting for the day when he could deploy it.
That day is nearly upon us. If the Senate confirms Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanuagh to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy, Roberts will almost certainly have the votes he needs to gut America’s voting rights law. It’s not hard to guess what will happen next.
It shocks us that people read this tripe on purpose. Maybe they like being scared for absolutely no reason.
Good to see you're not overreacting.https://t.co/2vdllj7AFP
— Ken Webster Jr (@ProducerKen) July 17, 2018
We’ve come to the conclusion that overreacting is all the Left knows these days; honestly, we’re shocked they haven’t burned out yet.
Playing the identity politics as usual.. you need an ID to rent a hotel room, rent a car, fly in a plane, get a credit card, Register for welfare, of course you should show your ID to vote! Your Costco card even has your name and photo use that! Smh…
— Jenn A-T (@javiking) July 17, 2018
But getting an ID is too hard. Waaaaaah.
I think it was Adam Carolla who said… If you can't figure out how to get identification… Your vote shouldn't count anyway.
— The Post-Modern Prometheus (@Drew311Stylee) July 17, 2018
Sounds good to us.
This is stupid
— Dixie Chick ??⚾️☀️ (@SweetVaBreezy) July 17, 2018
— Mortis (@WitchyDruss) July 17, 2018
— Chuck Vipperman (@ChuckVipperman) July 17, 2018
can no longer distinguish between progressive rhetoric and @TheOnion
— ?? Op Mockingbird (@VexVolition) July 17, 2018
The Onion is far more believable.
You've lost touch with reality.
— Paul A Marketos (@PaulAMarketos) July 17, 2018
I think you should have worked the word "Nazi" or "Holocaust" into the title somehow. I mean, since you seem to be going for the most hysterical reaction possible, that could have helped.
— John Hawkins (@johnhawkinsrwn) July 17, 2018
Talk about a seriously missed opportunity.