WATCH: Unhinged ‘Sunrise’ Socialists Agitate Outside Home of Senator Thom Tillis, Demanding Delay of SCOTUS Nomination

RALEIGH – The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg activated an entirely prepared sequence of agitation by the unhinged Leftists that have been progressively more emboldened through out 2020.

On Monday, the children of the radical climate justice (read: Woke socialism) group the Sunrise Movement descended upon the residential homes of U.S. Senators to demand that the delay the nomination to fill the now vacant seat on the U.S. Supreme Court.

One of those senators was Thom Tillis, who sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee which will be the first stop for any SCOTUS nominee put forth by President Donald Trump.

Watch the youthful petulance in action as they stare down Tillis while he leaves his North Carolina home, and quite literally whine that the senator won’t subject himself to the unhinged, yet useful idiots any longer than he has to:

The group of Red Guard wannabes asserts that they mean to ‘scare politicians in our way.’

This is the same group that sent a mob to agitate at the home of U.S. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy not long ago.

In addition to Tillis, other Sunrise Movement groups tried to scare Senators Mitch McConnell in Kentucky, and Senator Lindsay Graham of South Carolina, at their home residences.

The whiny nature of these youth groups for [fill in the blank] justice are pretty laughable. That is, until they move on to burning down properties to send their message, a tactic Sunrise has explicitly endorsed. Then, it’s no longer funny; it’s downright dangerous and unacceptable.

The question is if these groups will reach that point before (or after) the election. One should not be surprised if they do, especially with what we’ve seen from the Radical Left so far this year.

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