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Senate Dems Delete Poll After Brett Kavanaugh Beats Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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As you know if you’ve ever watched a TV show about lawyers, you should never ask a question if you don’t already know the answer. You shouldn’t be arrogant enough to assume you already know it, just because you really want to believe it’s true. Don’t get cocky. Don’t hurt your own case.

In other words, don’t be the Senate Democrats. They’re out of power right now, and until they start winning some elections again, all they can do is complain about being thwarted again and again. Whine, whine, whine:

As part of this effort to take back the Senate from those rotten voters who don’t know what’s good for them, the Dems decided it would be a good idea to hold a Twitter poll. They invited chaos. And unfortunately for them, chaos has a sense of humor.

Whoops. Kavanaugh wins again!

But it gets even better. David Rutz, Washington Free Beacon:

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee deleted a Twitter poll it had posted Friday asking users if they preferred Supreme Court justices to be like Ruth Bader Ginsburg or Brett Kavanaugh…

Senate Democrats lost the majority in the 2014 midterms and have yet to regain it; Republicans currently hold 53 seats in the chamber.

The poll didn’t go the way they planned, they asked a question without knowing the answer, so they just deleted it. That’s the Democrat way. If you can’t accept what’s happening, then… don’t. When reality doesn’t do what you want, just ignore reality.

And of course, #RepublicansPounced:

After each humiliating defeat, the Dems just retreat further and further into their own little world. If they won’t listen to the truth, then they’ll hear our laughter.

Dems want it to be one way. But it’s the other way.