Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch appeared on “Fox and Friends” this week with a holiday greeting — and it caused a total liberal meltdown.
“Merry Christmas,” he said to host Ainsley Earnhardt before the interview kicked off.
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The two simple words threw liberals into frenzy on social media.
Across the country, liberals called Gorsuch’s simple Christmas greeting a “Republican talking point” and demanded he be removed from office.
Amee Vanderpool, a contributor at Playboy, said: “Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch just appeared on Fox and Friends this morning, making a point to parrot the ‘Merry Christmas’ talking point of the GOP. If he’s willing to go on Fox and throw a shout out to Republican narratives, what ele is he willing to do?”
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch just appeared on Fox and Friends this morning, making a point to parrot the "Merry Christmas" talking point of the GOP. If he's willing to go on Fox and throw a shout out to Republican narratives, what ele is he willing to do? pic.twitter.com/doJ5BUEFQg
— Amee Vanderpool (@girlsreallyrule) December 17, 2019
And now, because Gorsuch is still calling it Christmas — not “Happy Holidays” — liberals believe that he’s as unfit to be a Supreme Court justice.
A pair of liberal activists tied to the Clinton-connected Media Matters, founded by left-wing attack dog David Brock, took to social media to whine about how the horrors of wishing Merry Christmas; former researcher Oliver Willis’ words suggested that perhaps Gorsuch’ introduction was planned to echo Fox News talking points.
“Fox News has for years lied to viewers and claimed there is a ‘war’ on Christmas,” he wrote.
Fox News anchor hails Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch for greeting her with "Merry Christmas" to start their interview. Fox News has for years lied to viewers and claimed there is a "war" on Christmas. pic.twitter.com/u6LpUOtMyT
— Oliver Willis (@owillis) December 17, 2019
A current researcher for the far-left Media Matters, Bobby Lewis, said he felt like dousing his face in acid after hearing the words, “Merry Christmas.”
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neil gorsuch: "merry christmas"
ainsley earhardt: "merry christmas! i love that you say that"
— Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) December 17, 2019
One liberal activist told CNN host Brian Stelter that Gorsuch’s appearance is proof that American democracy has failed.
It's not appropriate. Neil Gorsuch's brazen unethical conduct simply confirms we are no longer in a Constitutional republic under the rule of law, but rather in an autocracy of elites where laws are subjective in their application. https://t.co/u1NOCpOFQ5
— Fernand R. Amandi (@AmandiOnAir) December 17, 2019
By the way, in case Stetler needs a reminder, Gorsuch appeared on CNN for an interview this fall.
Despite the liberal outrage, Gorsuch wasn’t alone in his Christmas spirit.
Many social media users backed the Trump-nominated Supreme Court judged emphatically.
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“… you’re not coming for Neil Gorsuch, you loon,” Anna James Zeigler of The Federalist wrote in response to another Twitter user.
I don't spend my days defending Trump, but I tell you what, you're not coming for Neil Gorsuch, you loon.
He's just a nice, normal (extremely wise) man. He said Merry Christmas. Big deal. You're sad & pathetic. https://t.co/XgHv9mT7yH
— Anna James Zeigler (@ajzeigler) December 17, 2019
Jason E Schaeffer wrote that “Liberals are the most intolerant people on the planet.”
Well, Neil Gorsuch said Merry Christmas and libs all accross the country have a melt-down over it.
Plenty of people care. Liberals are the most intolerant people on the planet. pic.twitter.com/Tve70Qwiks
— Jason E Schaeffer (@JESchaeffer) December 18, 2019
And one man simply named Mike can’t believe what he’s seeing…
I can’t believe people are bashing Neil Gorsuch for saying “Merry Christmas” on @foxandfriends. I never knew that was a Republican talking point ????
— Mike (@mikerader15) December 18, 2019
Neither did we, Mike.
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