Former Va. Gov. Terry McAuliffe goes full drama queen over Trump SCOTUS pick, warns of high body count

Former Va. Gov. Terry McAuliffe goes full drama queen over Trump SCOTUS pick, warns of high body count
Terry McAuliffe

Liberal heads across America are exploding over news that President Trump chose Judge Brett Kavanaugh to fill the vacancy that will be left on the Supreme Court after Justice Anthony Kennedy steps down later this month. One of those engaging in an Indiana Jones-style meltdown was former Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, who seems to think that we’re all going to die because Kavanaugh is Trump’s choice.

“The nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh will threaten the lives of millions of Americans for decades to come and will morph our Supreme Court into a political arm of the right-wing Republican Party,” he wrote on Twitter.

Which, of course, means:

One person countered:

Another queried:

As you may recall, liberals told us that we would all die because Trump pulled out of the Paris climate accord. Then they told us we would all die because of tax cuts. After that it was net neutrality that was the scourge that would kill us all off.

Actually, leftists believe this nonsense because they’ve been programmed to do so by the propaganda machine known here as the Democrat-media complex. Or to put it more simply, the mainstream media.

No doubt the over-the-top  rhetoric will only get worse. Stock up on popcorn, because it looks like the latest path to sure Armageddon is just being paved.

Exit question: Will Jennifer Rubin, the Washington Post’s fake conservative blogger, sentence Kavanaugh to a lifetime of harassment by insane leftists?

(h/t Twitchy)

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