Friday during HBO’s Real Time, host Bill Maher announced the news that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg (RBG) had passed away, giving President Trump an opportunity to fill the opening before the November elections. The left, predictably, has lost its collective mind over the prospect.
Among Maher’s guests that evening was one of those triggered leftists: former actress, Vietnam-era traitor, and left-wing activist Jane Fonda, who declared that she was “reeling” from the news before urging viewers to “rise up” and oppose Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s effort to nominate a replacement.
“We have to be as tough as Mitch McConnell and not allow them to do one freakin’ thing until the election is over,” Fonda said. “We have to rise up and not allow them to do it. If Mitch McConnell can do it, let’s grow some balls and ovaries. Oh, my God.”
She didn’t specify how the public is supposed to “rise up and not allow them to do it,” but considering that the left’s go-to tactic today for political change is to set fire to inner cities, storm the homes of Republican politicians, harass restaurant-goers, and physically assault anyone in their path, Fonda’s incitement is clear.