The ad uses an image of Biden, captured during an emotional moment as he spoke of the challenges of caring for sick family members, to label him as "weak."
Scalia and Ginsburg might have had different political views, but the pair shared a jovial camaraderie, as well as mutual respect for U.S. law.
One person said that "writing anti-lockdown protest songs based on dubious viral Facebook posts is absolute peak boomer."
"Introverts be like: How rude of you not to invite me to something I didn't want to go."
Discouraging politicians from using the baseless conspiracy theory to fulfill their ambitions is a logical step -- and an urgent one.
"That Hakuna Matata sequence where Simba grows up but it’s me turning into my mom."
"She was rare, like an item of kid's clothing in the hamper that's not inside out.’"
The White House press secretary's praise of the president on Twitter backfired.
The golf great suffered more heartbreak at Winged Foot and Twitter responded.
"Sounds about white," one woman quipped.