Meltdown City: Dems Threaten to ‘Burn It Down’ After RBG News, One Drinks on Live TV After McConnell Statement

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A protester runs past burning cars and buildings on Chicago Avenue, Saturday, May 30, 2020, in St. Paul, Minn. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)


The breaking news of the death of 87-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg less than 2 months before the presidential election has sent Democrats and their allies in the mainstream media into an absolute tailspin.


It’s panic time for them on a massive scale. The unthinkable has happened: With Ginsburg’s passing, President Trump has another opportunity to nominate someone to the Supreme Court.

Even before Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden had a chance to react publicly to the news, and before Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell made crystal clear that “President Trump’s nominee will receive a vote on the floor of the United States Senate”, the left’s eruptions were off the charts cray cray.

Some threatened to either “shut down” the country or “burn the entire f*cking thing down.” Supposed “journalists” warned of riots. Others called for a “revolution.” Another said a Trump SCOTUS nomination needed to be stopped “at all costs.” McConnell’s address was shared on Twitter and a march commenced to his house:


One liberal writer/commentator even swigged wine on live TV after MSNBC’s Chris Hayes read McConnell’s statement on air:



Something tells me the violent BLM/Antifa riots we’ve seen this summer will be mere child’s play in comparison to what I fear is in store in the coming weeks.

As Joe Biden once infamously said, “gird your loins.” The chaos has only just begun.


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