Rick Wilson warned about Sunday morning drinking after tweet calling GOP senators ‘m-fers’

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Political consultant Rick Wilson has pretty much done away with the feign that he’s a “Republican” with his fervid opposition to the GOP moving to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

A key henchman at the Lincoln Project, the well-funded PAC of so-called Republicans working to defeat President Donald Trump, Wilson took to social media early Sunday to offer Democrats hope, tweeting that the anti-Trump cabal is “working feverishly” to attack Senate Republicans.


In doing so, Wilson referred to Republican senators as “mfers,” which is short for “mother f*ckers,” of course.

“P.S. Y’all mfers in the Senate GOP caucus bought the ticket,” Ricky tweeted. “Our team is working feverishly tonight because you’re about to take the g**d*** ride.” (** Language warning)

There’s likely no truth to rumors that the man commonly referred to these days as a “grifter” was holding his breath and stomping his feet as he tweeted.

The Lincoln Project released a comical statement that effectively opposed filling the seat help by Ginsburg and threatened that GOP senators who support the effort “will be held responsible.”

Keep in mind that in 2016, before Wilson monetized his Trump resistance, he was a strong advocate for the GOP.

Laughing all the way to the bank, as Wilson has made Trump resistance a lucrative occupation, there is no shame in his game when it comes to the hypocrisy.

A social media user drew attention to a 2016 tweet from then broke Wilson calling on the GOP to deny former President Barack Obama the opportunity to fill the seat held by Justice Antonin Scalia, who died in February of that year.

As of this writing, the follicularly-challenged lazy dweeb hasn’t bothered to delete the contradicting tweets posted in Feb. 2016:

Oh, and there’s also this:

Of all the reactions, one social media user hit the nail on the head when it comes to Wilson’s illusions of grandeur.

But then, a few healthy paychecks have a tendency to do that to weak-minded folks.

As you might expect, Wilson got lit up online. Here are some other responses from Twitter, to include more than one reference to Sunday morning drinking:


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