ThinkProgress editor: Trump shouldn’t be allowed to name SCOTUS pick because he tweeted something I don’t like

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This isn’t a picture of ThinkProgress editor Ian Millhiser… Source: Pixabay

On Saturday, ThinkProgress Justice Editor Ian Millhiser threw a temper tantrum over something President Trump tweeted and determined that he shouldn’t be allowed to name someone to the Supreme Court.  Trump issued a tweet criticizing the judge who halted his executive order temporarily banning travel from seven countries known to be hotbeds of terrorism.


That prompted Millhiser to tweet:


Is America headed for a recession?

Translation: Waaahhhh!  Trump tweeted something I don’t like so he shouldn’t be allowed to fulfill his Constitutional duty.

Of course, playing the perpetually-outraged crybaby is apparently nothing new for Millhiser, who, Twitchy said, is “living in apparent fear of arrest ever since the new president took office on January 20th and doomed the nation.

Of course, Millhiser’s tweet prompted the appropriate level of mockery and scorn.


He can’t say that publicly, of course, because the “love trumps hate” crowd will no doubt target him, and that certainly wouldn’t be pretty…


Yeah, that’s pretty much it…


But that makes sense.  Besides, the media said Hillary would win, and we all know they’re always right… Right?

Personally, I like my idea better, even though I was being sarcastic at the time I wrote it…  Either way, at least they wouldn’t be trying to foment a second civil war over Trump and the nation would be much safer…

That’s it.

It doesn’t matter who Trump picked or what he tweeted.  The left is in complete meltdown mode and will be for the next four years at least.  Let’s just hope they’re not successful in starting the violent insurrection they seem to want so bad.


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Joe Newby

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