Brett Kavanaugh or Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Conservatives Chuckle at Dems for Deleting Poll After It Backfired

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Conservative are having a fun time mocking Senate Democrats after they polled if people prefer more Supreme Court justices like Brett Kavanaugh or Ruth Bader Ginsburg — and then deleted it when it didn’t go as planned.

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) took to Twitter with a since-deleted tweet that asked its followers if “you want more Supreme Court justices like Ruth Bader Ginsburg or do you want more justice like Brett Kavanaugh?”

Kavanaugh — nominated by President Donald Trump — was appointed to the highest court in the land at the end of 2018 after intense hearings following decades-old accusations of sexual misconduct.

On the other hand, Ginsburg is one of the longest-tenured justices on the Supreme Court, as she’s served since 1993 and has held onto the position through her health concerns.

The Democrats’ poll — which was posted Friday and isn’t a scientific poll — showed unexpected results for Trump’s pick, as Kavanaugh garnered in 71 percent of the total votes in favor, resulting in the deletion of the poll.

Check out the poll below:

After posting a screenshot of the survey for “#SundayMotivation,” Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) called out the DSCC, asking why it deleted the poll.

Other conservatives were also quick to mock the DSCC for the deletion of the poll that showed favor for more conservative justices in the Supreme Court.

Check out the reactions below:

Even though things started on a rocky path becoming a justice, Kavanaugh found himself sitting on the “100 most influential people” list by Time magazine, as IJR Red reported. His accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, also made Time’s top 100 list.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) praised Kavanaugh as “one of the most qualified Supreme Court nominees in modern history.”

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General Confusion

Haha! A poll on Twitter? Seriously?

Somebody is really confused!



More enlightened persons (remember these are politicians and Dimocrats) would reflect on the results and work to change minds before the next poll.

But that would be too much like work. It’s easier when they can just tell people what to do.

So delete away.

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