Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is calling for Senate Democrats to obstruct all efforts to vote for the replacement of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg who passed away yesterday.
The fulminating ball of spite and resentment chatted with MSNBC conspiracy queen Rachel Maddow on Friday following the announcement of Ginsburg’s death where she urged Dems to “use every single possible maneuver” to prevent the confirmation of President Trump’s nominee.
If Trump is able to get a third conservative SCOTUS pick seated before the post-election chaos that Democrats and their legal army have planned, it would throw a huge monkey wrench into the plot to steal the election.
Due to the Democrat/Lawfare games where election results will be dragged out to allow for ballot harvesting on the behalf of Joe Biden and a blizzard of legal challenges in most states where President Trump is leading, it is possible that the nation’s highest court will have to decide the winner.
And Hillary’s resistance shows that it is critical that the Supreme Court be impeded by not being at full strength when that day comes.
As a former U.S. senator herself, Clinton also attacked the integrity of Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
Via Breitbart News:
Clinton said, “The Democrats who are in the Senate will have to use every single possible maneuver that is available to them to make it clear that they are not going to permit Mitch McConnell to enact the greatest travesty, a monument to hypocrisy that would arise from him attempting to fill this position. So, in many ways, it is a terrible loss for us all. It is a reminder that she stood on the side of moving us towards a perfect union and underscoring equality and not just for women but for every American and I don’t want to see that legacy ripped up by political hypocrisy coming from Mitch McConnell.”
She continued, “Mitch McConnell cares about nothing else but power, of course, he’s going to do everything he can to fill that seat. I think there are three possible approaches that should be considered. I think there will be at least one or may be more Republican senators who either from principles or conscious or political calculation find the hypocrisy to be more than they can bear. It is reported, and I don’t know if it is actually accurate yet, but it has been reported that at least one senator has said just that, fair is fair. I think to me if we have any hope of overcoming the divisiveness and atmosphere that currently infect our politics and, unfortunately, has riddle our institutions like the Senate with this kind of, you know, power over everything else, mentality. I hope that there will be several Republican senators who say we are going to wait to see what happens with the election. It will be up to whoever is president on January 20th. The second thing is there are senators running for officer right now who are in, who are Republicans and who are closed or contested seats, and their Democratic opponents, as well as the people and the press in their state, needs to make this a major issue. Are they going to totally demonstrate themselves as being without a shred of principle because they went along with McConnell in refusing to move forward, President Obama’s nomination? Are they going to apply a totally double standard? Make it a political issue.”
Clinton added, “You know, every possible procedural obstacle has to be thrown in the way of this power drive by McConnell. There are things that can be done that need to be done literally 24/7.
Ginsburg who was appointed by Hillary’s husband succumbed to the pancreatic cancer that she had been battling along with numerous other health problems that were finally too much for a frail woman of advanced age.
The embittered Hillary has spent the four years since her stunning loss to Trump acting as a de facto leader of the so-called resistance and doing everything in her power to sabotage the presidency of the man who was chosen by voters who rejected her.
Mrs. Clinton’s partner in crime Barack Obama also slithered out to call for the Senate to refuse to confirm Ginsburg’s replacement until after the election.