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‘Handmaid’s Tale’ demonstrators mocked for SCOTUS protest in scorching heat: ‘That’ll show ’em.’

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That’ll show ’em.

Dressed in long red “Handmaid’s Tale” robes in sweltering Arizona temperatures, demonstrators protested President Trump’s imminent Supreme Court Justice nominee on Sunday.

But apparently the only ones to see the not-so-effective demonstration was the media.

Carrying signs with riveting phrases such as, “Keep you theology off our biology,” and “Get out of our privates,” the dozen or so protesters marched in Phoenix at the Sandra Day O’Connor U.S. District Courthouse Sunday in anticipation of Trump’s announcement. The women had gathered for a press conference about the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy and women’s rights, according to AZCentral.

With the left’s fears that Trump’s appointee for the seat being vacated by retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy will be a hardline conservative, opposition – and panic – has been rampant among liberals, especially playing out with dire warnings that the dystopian America in Margaret Atwood’s novel “The Handmaid’s Tale,” could become a reality.

No telling what the small group of Phoenix cosplayers thought to accomplish with their performance.

Seems the only thing the left is accomplishing with their mindless opposition is driving more Democrats to leave the party, as witnessed by the now viral #WalkAway campaign. A recent participant was a St. Jude family that was attacked for simply thanking the president’s son, Eric Trump.

“Does the hatred of the far left know no bounds? This is truly sick,” he tweeted Sunday.

The president is not likely to be making decisions based on the underwhelming Handmaids Resistance stunt, but they provided hours of entertainment on Twitter.

Frieda Powers


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