Senate Democrats delete Twitter poll after Brett Kavanaugh beats out Ruth Bader Ginsburg in popularity

Someone behind the Senate Democrats’ election committee Twitter account thought it would be a good idea to create a poll pitting Justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Brett Kavanaugh against each other.

But that publicity stunt quickly became an epic fail when, after more than 46,000 votes had been cast, RBG trailed Kavanaugh by an almost 3:1 margin.

Delete It!

With RBG’s popularity — or at least her perceived popularity — Dems thought she would crush Kavanaugh in a poll asking which justice Americans would like to see another of on the Supreme Court.

When votes started to come in for Kavanaugh, they surely hoped that with more votes as time went on, Ginsburg would take the lead.

Needless to say, that never happened.

The Senate Democrats soon deleted the poll, presumably to avoid further embarrassment.

Reality v. Fantasy

Modern Democrats live in a fantasy world.

They refuse to accept real election results and continue to preach to Americans about how we should be living our lives.

Americans are clearly getting sick and tired of it.

Ginsburg may be popular among liberals, but that’s not the case among those of us who actually respect the Constitution.

Her dissenting opinions over the years have made it clear that the Constitution isn’t important to her.

By and large, Americans are patriotic people, even when standing on opposite sides of the aisle. The minority of extreme liberals who think like RBG are made out to be the norm, but they are just a small percentage of the voting public.

This may have only been one random poll, but it does offer significant hope that perhaps we are finally turning a corner. Most Americans have become fed up with this new extreme liberal movement and are ready to get this country back on track again.

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