Justice Antonin Scalia passed away on Saturday at the age of 79-years old, leaving behind a wife, nine children, 36 grandchildren, and millions of liberals celebrating.
During his 29-years on the Supreme Court, Scalia became known for his ironclad principles, constitutional originalism, and his excellent sense of humor. He claimed to consider everyone, including extreme liberals on the court — like Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, his friend.
“Everybody I’ve served with on the Court I’ve regarded as a friend. Some were closer than others, but I didn’t consider myself an enemy of any of them,” Scalia said to New York Magazine back in 2013.
Liberals on Twitter have not given the deceased Justice the same amount of respect.
Within minutes of the announcement of his death, liberals were all over the internet celebrating. For some who claim to be humanists, it doesn’t speak highly of their humanity.
If he dies during Black History Month, I'll never question God again. RT @Deprogrammer9: Fingers crossed Clarence Thomas is next!— Chaka El Debarz (@ChakaSwan) February 13, 2016
Maybe, in death, Scalia will meet the original Constitution framers and find out their true intent. Assuming they too are burning in hell— Lindsay Goldwert (@lindsaygoldwert) February 13, 2016
Re #Scalia - Mark Twain said, "I've never wished a man dead, but I have read some obituaries with great pleasure"— Alfie Kohn (@alfiekohn) February 13, 2016
I will not mourn a monster who was relentless in his attempts to destroy the fabric of American society for the past thirty years #Scalia— Jared Montana (@Jarmadillos) February 13, 2016
I'll say my peace now. Antonin Scalia was an amazing mind who used his brilliance for bigotry, racism, homophobia, and sexism.— X (@XLNB) February 13, 2016
when you go to harass women outside of planned parenthood tomorrow, be sure to hold your fetus poster at half-mast. out of respect. #Scalia— david ehrlich (@davidehrlich) February 13, 2016
I know Hitler ACTUALLY killed millions whereas #Scalia was a bigot in speech. But there speech often leads to actions.Hence the comparison— Usmann Rana (@usmannrana) February 13, 2016
Antonin Scalia has finally raised the standard of American Jurisprudence after so many years of lowering it.— Magpie's View (@MagpiesView) February 13, 2016
I don't feel any sadness about #Scalia's death. That man killed every piece of law protecting black people he could rule on.— Terrell J. Starr (@Russian_Starr) February 13, 2016