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ABC Attacks Judge Candidate Over Twitter Jokes

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One of the major propaganda arms of the DNC is intent on taking down a potential nominee for the soon-to-be vacated Supreme Court seat over dad jokes made on Twitter.

“Legal scholars say there’s no legal provision prohibiting Supreme Court justices from sharing their opinions online or in speeches,” wrote ABC’s Adia Robinson. “The Supreme Court has maintained that the strict code of conduct that applies to lower court judges does not apply to them, but that doesn’t mean that the legal community looks favorably on justices making public comments.”

What controversial opinions was she referring to? United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit Don Willett’s musings on Twitter, of course.

“When you’re tired of cornbread shaped like Colorado and Wyoming,” Willett tweeted in December, attaching a picture of cornbread shaped like Texas.

Apparently, ABC thinks that a photo of cornbread shaped like Texas should disqualify a candidate from the Supreme Court. But Willett’s offenses do not stop there. Willett once rick-rolled his followers – a capitol offense for potential Supreme Court Justices.

He even made a dad joke about puppies:

This is the perfect reminder of the absurdity of the destroy-Trump media. ABC and Adia Robinson are trying to impugn wrongdoing on a potential Supreme Court nominee, not because he actually did anything wrong, but because he could be nominated by Trump.

In reality, Willett has a goofy personality. He might even be a likable person – a foreign concept to Democrats.

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