"I just got a notification that Ruth Bader Ginsburg died!" cried an unhappy leftist in a video circulating on social media.
Biden supporters are furious over the vacant Supreme Court seat left by the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg and are inciting violence with calls to "burn it all down," to block Amy Coney Barrett from being appointed.
But it is Barrett, according to Sen. Chuck Schumer, who will destroy society: "Just about every American will be hurt by Judge Barrett's views on the issues like health care and women's rights and labor rights and voting rights; climate change."
But the calls amount to little more than politics as usual — scare tactics — as President Trump has implemented solutions to Schumer's problems.
Trump: "So today I'm taking a bold and historic, very dramatic action, to reduce the price of prescription drugs for American patients and American seniors. Previous administrations did nothing, absolutely nothing."
Trump's actions have not been well-received by Biden supporters, who are embracing increasingly diabolical actions to resist the federal government's efforts to restore order.
Included in those efforts, the Department of Justice is seeking to curb months of Democrat failure in major cities, including New York City, Seattle and Portland to control violence in their cities or accept federal aid, by designating the cities as "permitting anarchy, violence and destruction."
This designation would prevent the Democratic cities from receiving federal tax dollars to support their war on cops.
News Broadcast: "There's a lot of anger in the country over a grand jury's decision in the Breonna Taylor case that has left two Louisville police officers in the hospital. They were shot last night during the protests. That is not OK."
Trump: "Biden described the police as the enemy. They're not the enemy; they're the friend. They're our friend."
Everyday people have noted the toll on their community, and now only 39% of Americans approve of the violence, down from 54% in June.