Well, it's come to this - having lost in the biggest upset for President in the history of free elections, democrats have been forced to watch the economy go berserk, the Russia investigation blow up in their faces, domestic Islamic terror attack evaporate, and Trump seating judges who actually believe in the rule of law.
None of this sits well with them.
Despite suffering yet another defeat over the weekend, democrats aren't about to change their losing ways.
"Following the confirmation of President Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick Brett Kavanaugh, some Democrats and progressive activists are shifting tactics, pushing a scheme to “pack” or “balance” the Supreme Court by adding two new seats to be filled by liberal judges.
The next Democratic president to just “pack” the court as FDR tried to do in 1937 before Congress rose up against him and prevented it. That would involve passing a bill to expand the size of the court and allowing the president to appoint however many justices would be needed to create a new liberal majority, with the friendly Senate signing off on any appointee."
Just as dems enacted "the nuclear option" 5 years ago to upend Senate tradition by effectively removing filibusters against most presidential nominations - something they've come to completely regret - they'd now attempt to change the entire bailiwick for nominating supreme court justices.
Well, since that whole "do whatever it takes to keep a good man off the court" super failed, dems have now turned to magic.
Literally. From VOX:
"First, take a candle.
Then, pour some salt into your hand.
Then, keeping the grains in your palm, take a pen to write out a thank you to Christine Blasey Ford, the woman whose allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee -- and now justice -- Brett Kavanaugh, stunned a nation.
Or, if you prefer, simply say, "I believe you."
It’s just one of the many quasi-religious rituals circulating the internet -- particularly pagan and #resistance circles -- in the wake of Kavanaugh's confirmation. These rituals help self-identified witches process trauma, anger, and grief.
Once, women were put to death for witchcraft. Now it could be "life-saving" for some.
After all, we live in a world where 994 out of every 1,000 rapists escape criminal justice, according to the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN)."
Well, if a well know group like RAINN say it must be true, then it must be true (Even if it's totally, 100% not true at all).
And let us know how that witch spell works out yo. And while you're at it, could you whistle up some pizza? I'm dang hungry. After all, nothing say "will really work great" like calling something "quasi-religious."
Also, may I suggest never shaving again (after all, a man invented the razor). It should make identifying the lunatics all the more easy.