Now for the mockery:
Rubin, an MSNBC contributor who describes herself as a "conservative opinion writer," has become a celebrity among liberal circles in recent years for expressing her disdain for the sitting Republican president. In her latest column, she celebrated the decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals in the 4th Circuit to revive an emoluments lawsuit against the Trump Organization for allowing foreign governments to conduct business with Trump's hotels.
"The walls are closing in on Trump’s lawless presidency. The only question is whether the voters will remove him before he is forced to unveil his finances, which he has strenuously attempted to conceal from voters," Rubin wrote. "One can only imagine what secrets are so damaging that Trump is compelled to litigate up and down the federal courts."
However, according to Rubin, the walls have been "closing in" on President Trump for a long time.
In May 2017, the Washington Post columnist similarly declared "The walls are closing in on the scandal-plagued president" after the firing of FBI Director James Comey sparked an outcry from several Republicans at the time like Justin Amash, Jeff Flake, John Kasich, and the late John McCain.
the walls are closing in. for real this time. pic.twitter.com/o0uzSv5ofk— Logan Hall (@loganclarkhall) May 14, 2020
Those are the slowest moving walls in history. Rubin types of have been saying this for 3 years 🤣🤣🤣— Ken Meyer (@Kcmeyer6971) May 14, 2020
This is like the 15th time Jen has written this blog.— K. Slate (@SlateKensington) May 14, 2020
Maybe she is hoping that if she says it enough one day she might be right.
Are you intentionally just recycling the same articles and headlines every month or so?— Sean Harshey 🇺🇸 (@seanharsheyoff1) May 14, 2020
Because I can't help but notice you're just recycling the same article and headline every month or so. For the past 3+ years. 🤔