If the hyperbolic reactions and media coverage before president Trump announced Judge Brett Kavanaugh as his second Supreme Court pick weren't deranged enough, the media-induced hysteria after the prime time reveal, is nothing short of completely unhinged.
Multiple examples prove conclusively that no matter who President Trump nominated, they were going to be labeled as "dangerous" and "extremist," as liberals and the propaganda arm of the Democratic party, otherwise known as the MSM, took the airwaves and social media to declare that once again the world as we know it is ending.
As a side note: By calling Kavanaugh a "she," in liberal-speak, doesn't that mean they "misgendered" him? Where is the outrage!??!
The second example showing the protest outside the Supreme Court was astroturfed, which is when monied groups or sponsors, artificially elevate a "protest" by organizing and funding it, while attempting to make it look like a spontaneous grassroots protest, comes from the amount of professionally created premade signs, listing the names of three different possibilities, rather than just the person that was nominated.
OAN Correspondent, Jack Posobiec, managed to capture an image which he shared on social media with the message "Sign-printing business is booming. Trump economy!"
As Washington Post's Dave Weigel highlighted, before Kavanaugh was even done speaking at the press conference set up to reveal President Trump's pick, the group Demand Justice already had uploaded their opposition advertisement, via a 30 second video. There was no way to create and publish a new video before the presser was even concluded, showing conclusively they had these ads made up for each of the short list of possible nominees before the announcement and just ran with the one that applied.
ABC News, part of the propaganda arm of the Democratic party, is also being slammed for bias after tweeting a promotion which said, "Tonight on Nightline, @TerryMoran reports on the controversial Supreme Court Justice pick and the possible implications for the country," over an hour before the announcement had been made.
Reactions and criticisms came fast and furiously over their determination that the pick was "controversial" without even knowing who the nominee was going to be.
Of course one cannot criticize media idiocy without providing an example of how clueless CNN reporters are. This time it is Chris Cillizza, who on July 2, claimed "If you believe Trump makes decisions based on image and appearance (and he does), then here's the next Supreme Court Justice," where he predicted that due to her "image" and looks, President Trump's predictable choice would be Amy Barrett.
By July 9, after President Trump announced Kavanaugh, it was the "remarkably predictable" choice, according to Cillizza.
AS PREDICTED, IT GETS UGLY
As with the Tax cut bill, net neutrality repeal, the repeal of the Obamacare mandate, and just about anything else the President has done or said over the year and a half, over-the-top Democratic reactions include the dire prediction of "millions of Americans" lives will be threatened for decades to come, as stated by Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe.
One has to wonder how many times Democratic politicians will drag out the body bags during President Trump's term (or terms?).
If last night's reaction by liberals across the internet, including the MSM, was ugly, the headlines we are seeing today, deliberately meant to incite liberal anger (and perhaps more violence and harassment) is completely unhinged.
There are so many examples of how unhinged the reactions have gotten already, less than 24 hours after the announcement that it could fill up multiple pages, but we will leave you with what is being called "a troll of deeply epic proportions," by White House staff towards the opposition party White House media journalists.
In Kavanaugh's remarks from the press conference Monday night, one line should appeal to those of us that have been documenting how federal judges have been pushing their liberal activistism in the courtroom over the last decades, rather than applying the law to the cases before them. Kavanaugh stated a judge must "Interpret the Law, Not Make the Law."
Kavanaugh makes that assertion at around the 3:20 minute mark below.
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