Actor James Woods has been one of the most outspoken critics of the Obama administration, and his preferred medium is Twitter.
After the death of Antonin Scalia, Woods wasted no time in tweeting his advice for Senate Republicans on how to handle Obama’s forthcoming Supreme Court nominee.
It was also an opportunity for a succinct, yet scathing, indictment of the entire Obama presidency.
Woods tweeted Sunday that Congress should not confirm a SCOTUS nominee by President Barack Obama.
“This could not be simpler,” Woods tweeted. “Absolutely, do not confirm an #Obama SCOTUS nominee. Don’t discuss it; just ignore him, as he does the law.”
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