The Women’s March opposed XX for filling the vacancy on the Supreme Court.  What?  The Women’s March opposes women (XX)?  Nope.  It turns out the Women’s March opposed [INSERT TRUMP NOMINEE NAME HERE].  They jumped the gun, and declared their opposition to anyone the president nominated, before the person was actually mentioned by the president.

Seriously, the Women’s March, whose mission is to “harness the political power of diverse women,” made a pre-written and poorly edited statement where it denounced President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, indicating it was written before the president announced who he was nominating.

It kinda makes the Women’s March look like they donated their brains to science before they were done with them.

The feminist group blurted out a statement shortly after President Trump nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh, saying Kavanaugh’s confirmation would “further erode protections for almost every marginalized group in America.”

A SCOTUS justice’s job is to adhere to the Constitution when hearing cases, not fight for “protections” for anyone outside of the protections provided in the Constitution for all Americans.  Democrats and liberals only want justices on the court who agree with their kooky ideology and are willing to find ways to skirt around the Constitution.

The introduction to the statement read “In response to Donald Trump’s nomination of XX to the Supreme Court of the United States.”

An email was later sent with edits fixing the dopey problems with the original version.

ABC’s “Nightline” issued a premature tweet claiming Trump’s nominee was “controversial” before Trump announced he chose Kavanaugh. A correction was later issued that said ABC News’ Terry Moran “reports on the controversy surrounding the Supreme Court Justice pick and the possible implications for the country.”

There was nothing controversial about the Kavanaugh announcement by the president.  The only way you could see controversy is if you hate the fact the that Judge Kavanaugh tends to adhere to the Constitution.

Kavanaugh is the second Supreme Court justice Trump has nominated. Neil Gorsuch was Trump’s first pick, and he was confirmed to the High Court to fill the seat left by the late Justice Antonin Scalia.  Brett Kavanaugh, who clerked for the retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy, is expected to rule more conservatively than his predecessor.  And that is driving liberals Toys-in-the-Attic, bat-guano crazy.

SOURCE: the Washington Examiner.

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