Twitter Blue Check Marks Make These Chilling Threats Following Death Of RBG

(Tea Party 247) – On Friday, news broke that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died after a long battle with cancer.

Hardly anyone even had a chance to offer the usual prescribed somber wishes of condolences to her family before hysterically angry leftists began vowing violence and even war should President Donald Trump try to replace her before the election.

And not just random laypeople.

Promiment public figures, or “blue check marks” aka Twitter users whose identity as prominent public figures have been verified by administrators of the tech giant, began making chilling vows.

We are really headed towards civil war at this point, folks, and all civility has gone out the window.

Leftist writer Reza Aslan, who has been a CNN contributor and has a number of published books, tweeted: “If they even TRY to replace RBG we burn the entire f*cking thing down.”

He said it.

He later added, “Over our dead bodies. Literally.”

In a nation full of well-trained, well-armed veterans, members of law enforcement, and educated gun owners, he might want to think a little bit longer about who, exactly, might take him up on this.

Writer Beau Willimon tweeted: “We’re shutting this country down if Trump and McConnell try to ram through an appointment before the election.”

They’re not hiding this, folks.

They are vowing to destroy, burn, even kill out of outrage as to how the U.S. Constitution works.

A professor at the University of Waterloo tweeted: “Burn Congress down before letting Trump try to appoint anyone to SCOTUS.”

He later protected his account on Twitter.

Are you prepared for what’s coming?

It has never been more important to vote for law and order. They’re going to do everything in their power to try to stop the inevitable result of the 2016 election: another Trump SCOTUS pick.


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