The Democrats’ Twitter account posted a warning about President Trump’s Supreme Court pick-show judge Thomas Hardiman, right, and not judge Brett Kavanaugh.
To be the democratic party seemed to be so unhinged about Trump’s decision to nominate Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme court, his official Twitter account sent out a link with a dark image on Tuesday. Unfortunately for The Democrats, the photo showed the wrong judge.
“Let’s be clear: A vote for the #kavanaugh Scotus would be a vote to rip health care from American families and to deny women their rights and make their own health care decisions,” the tweet said with a dark image of judge Thomas Hardiman to fill who has not been elected to the vacant seat.
Trump selected were known to Kavanaugh to replace judge Anthony Kennedy, who is leaving the night on Tuesday, ending a days-long puzzle-solving, began the moment Kennedy for his resignation. Hardiman was one of the few finalists, White house officials said.
LOL @TheDemocrats it’s deleted, but hey, screenshot: @Brent cher pic.twitter.com/OlPWo87FqH
— John Cooper (@thejcoop) July 10, 2018
The Democrats deleted the message, that the picture of the wrong judge, but the embarrassing gaffe was captured and spread via Twitter.
“The Democrats just put out an article attacking the judge Kavanaugh, but they instead used a picture of judge Hardiman and I can’t tweet stop laughing,” conservative commentator Jeremiah Dunleavy.
“The Thomas Hardiman you photoshopped to look scary, not Brett Kavanaugh,” Free Beacon reporter Brent Scher wrote.
Washington Free Beacon editor-in-chief, David Rutz wrote a column highlighting examples of far-left to protest critics, who planned to, regardless of who selected the trump. Protesters had signs with white spots occupied released the names of the nominees and the Women’s March first, a statement, referring to the candidacy as “XX.”
“It will be more difficult, the arguments against Trump nominated seriously, when so many have decided to in the opposition, he would be stopped even before they knew he was a him,” Rutz wrote.
The Democrats finally the same message, but with a picture of the right judge, tweeted.
The official Twitter account of the Democratic party, financed by the Democratic National Committee, has more than 1.46 million followers.
The DNC did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Fox News’ Samuel Chamberlain contributed to this report.
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