‘General Hospital’ actress revokes Susan Collins’ womanhood over Kavanaugh vote

The announcement by Sen. Susan Collins that she would vote to confirm Judge Brett Kavanaugh has officially sent liberals to the point of no return.

Not only did Hollywood have a meltdown over the Maine Republican’s speech Friday declaring her intention to support the Supreme Court nominee, the left was triggered into revoking Collins’ “female parts” in response.

Planned Parenthood lashed out at the last hope for Democrats opposing Kavanaugh’s confirmation, taking to Twitter to say she could “no longer call herself a women’s rights champion.”

The abortion industry giants Planned Parenthood and the lobbying group, NARAL, blasted Collins who has been a staunch supporter of taxpayer funding for the group.

“Women will not forget,” Dawn Laguens, executive vice president of Planned Parenthood, tweeted after Collins’ announcement.

NARAL tweeted “SHAME” in its condemnation of the senator’s decision.

The Women’s March accused Collins of betraying women and survivors.

One of the more ridiculous yet predictable examples of the the extremes the left will go to was seen when “General Hospital” actress Nancy Lee Grahn took things to another level.

Which provoked a savage backlash aimed at the “unhinged liberal lunatic” and others on the left who are master-level contortionists.

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