Today’s Campaign Update, Part II
(Because The Campaign Never Ends)
Every time you get to thinking the liberal outrage mob on Twitter cannot possibly get any more stupid or insane than they already are, they go out and prove you wrong. – Supreme Court justice Neil Gorsuch appeared on Fox and Friends Tuesday morning to promote some new book he has written, something fellow justices like Sonya Sotomayor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg have also done in recent years on CNN and MSNBC.
Justice Gorsuch’s appearance would have likely gone unremarked but for the fact that, as he was signing off, he wished the program’s hosts a “Merry Christmas.”
Predictably, the anti-Christian bigots in the liberal outrage mob on Twitter went utterly and completely berserk over that one. As a public service to our readers, we here at the Campaign Update have herewith compiled some of the dumbest, nastiest and just plain idiotic…er…est tweets issued by the liberal lunatics, just so you don’t have to dive into the Twitter cesspool yourselves.
So, here we go, starting with this from Alinskyite Lawfare lawyer Susan Hennessey, who says it is “weird” for a SC justice to promote a book in one phrase, then acknowledges that other SC justices have done the same exact thing in her very next thought. No wonder she’s a CNN contributor:
I don't object to Gorsuch promoting his book (I mean, it's weird but he's not the first). But appearing on Fox & Friends and not news programs on other networks is a bad look.
— Susan Hennessey (@Susan_Hennessey) December 17, 2019
Then there’s some guy named (checks tweet) Sean Kent, who apparently is some sort of half-assed comic, who is outraged that Justice Gorsuch had the temerity to utter the phrase “Merry Christmas” during this, the Christmas season of the year:
Oh, but it just gets better…
Here’s little growth-stunted, bald-headed Brian Stelter exhibiting his consistent utter lack of any self-awareness whatsoever:
Justice Neil Gorsuch is on "Fox & Friends" right now. The Q: How is it appropriate for a Supreme Court justice to try to goose sales of his three-month-old book by chatting on one of the most partisan shows on TV?
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) December 17, 2019
…and here is Garrett Ventry informing Mr. pea-brain why his tweet is so utterly clueless:
This is hardly unprecedented: Justice Breyer and Justice Sotomayor appeared on Colbert to sell their books, Justice Ginsburg on MSNBC. Also, Justice Gorsuch appeared on CNN in September. https://t.co/95gqCADimD
— Garrett Ventry (@GarrettVentry) December 17, 2019
But it gets better still. Here is some person named “Molly McKew” who claims she is some sort of foreign policy expert, brainlessly wondering why Justice Gorsuch is, um…..well, you can read it:
Why is Neil Gorsuch on Fox? https://t.co/32DkhBF4yE
— Molly McKew (@MollyMcKew) December 17, 2019
Oh, I dunno, Molly, maybe because HE WAS INVITED???? Good lord.
Ok, y’all, hide the kids now, because this clown, who claim he is both – BOTH, I tell you – an “award-winning artist” and…wait for it…oh, you have to wait for this one… a “SPORTS CARD STORE OWNER” [!!!!!] is all, like, totes angry about it all:
Neil Gorsuch can eat shit. He is a partisan hack who stole a Supreme Court seat. Fuck him and his shit book.
— Tony Posnanski (@tonyposnanski) December 17, 2019
Yeah! You tell ’em, Tony Posnansky, you sports card store owner and award-winning artist, you!
But believe it or not, we aren’t done yet.
Ladies and gentlemen (or whatever your preferred pronouns might be – I personally prefer “Tex” and “Bubba”), I give you a person who calls herself “Mayday Mindy”, whose Twitter profile actually, really and truly reads:
I say what People ThinkAnti Trump2 dogs 3 kidsI was the artsy semi cute cool girl
Neil Gorsuch on Fox and Friends is a signal to trump that they got his back on The Supreme Court they he and Kavanaugh are grateful that trump gave Gorsuch a stolen seat and that the GOP paid off Brett bills and bought him a 1.2 M house
— Mayday Mindy ? (@maydaymindy9) December 17, 2019
I know – hardly seemed worth all the build-up, right? Right.
But don’t worry, I have saved the very best of the Twitter Outrage Mob’s outrage-fest for last. Friends, I give you the stylings of one Amee Vanderpool, or as she calls herself on Twitter, @girlsreallyrule:
So, there you have it: In today’s liberal Twitter Outrage Mob Culture, the phrase 98% of you grew up saying throughout your entire childhoods – “Merry Christmas” – is now officially nothing more than a “talking point of the GOP,” and a “Republican narrative.” No more “Merry Christmas” for Democrats no sir, er, ma’am, er, it, er…nevermind.
You seriously could never make these people up, folks. Never in a million years.
That is all.
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