Video of girl harassing elderly man on Supreme Court steps goes viral — It doesn’t end well for her

Over the weekend, a video of a girl accosting and harassing an elderly man on the steps of the Supreme Court went viral.  The video shows a girl in jean shorts dancing around a man holding signs that read, “She is a good liar” and “Arm teachers, protect kids.”

The girl is seen shouting, “Hey hey, ho ho, Kavanaugh has got to go,” while trying to rip the signs out of his hands.

Actor James Woods was one of many who posted the video to social media:

Naturally, outrage ensued on Twitter:

As the Daily Wire observed, that’s exactly what happened.  A photo posted by Ruptly shows the same girl with her hands zip-tied behind her back.  It’s not known if she was arrested or was simply being escorted off the premises.  According to the report, “Capitol Police said officers arrested 164 people on Saturday as hundreds of protesters hopped barricades to protest at the Capitol. Dozens more protested on the steps of the Supreme Court, where the incident took place.”

Liberalism, as I’ve observed time and again since February 2011, has shown itself to be an ideology of insane rage and hate.  Liberals, like this young woman, prove that assertion correct on just about any given day.

This, by the way, is the modern left…

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