Women’s March Brutally Mocked for Error in Statement Opposing Trump’s SCOTUS Nominee

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July 10, 2018Jul 10, 2018

Immediately after President Donald Trump announced his nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to becoming the next U.S. Supreme Court justice, the far-left Women’s March released a statement opposing the “extremist” nominee.

There was just one problem: the opposition statement was pre-written and the liberal group forgot to fill in Kavanaugh’s name.

https://twitter.com/AlexPappas/status/1016499063657844736

"In response to Donald Trump's nomination of XX to the Supreme Court of the United States,” the statement read.

Oops.

Unless “XX” was in the running for SCOTUS, the group forgot to update their prepared outrage statement. However, the statement did prove that Trump’s critics were prepared to oppose anyone he nominated.

The group eventually sent an updated statement correcting the blunder, but the internet mockery was already in full swing.

https://twitter.com/SalenaZito/status/1016507080268832768

https://twitter.com/BretBaier/status/1016503656462643200

https://twitter.com/bennyjohnson/status/1016503986772434946

That wasn’t the only group that exposed themselves. Democracy for America referred to Kavanaugh as a “she,” suggesting their pre-written statement opposing the nominee was originally directed at Amy Barrett.

https://twitter.com/DavidAFrench/status/1016489848981655552

They were never going to support anyone Trump – this is just proof of that.

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