Molech on the Supreme Court
It really makes perfect sense.
Growing anxious that the Senate would not approve previous nominee Judge Merrick Garland, President Barack Obama announced Thursday that he would be pushing through newly selected nominee Molech of Canaan to be the nation’s 113th Supreme Court justice.
“Molech, the fiery devourer of the young, is more than qualified for the position,” Obama said in a White House press conference at which he introduced the idol. “Furthermore, he has proven his advocacy for women’s rights by calling for the barbaric sacrifice of babies—any time, for any reason—as acceptable and appeasing offerings. He’ll fit right in on the bench.”
The President further revealed that he and his cabinet had sifted through over three hundred qualified candidates as contenders to fill the seat on the court created by the death of Justice Antonin Scalia, all of whom were ancient pagan gods who demanded child sacrifice to satiate their anger or to grant prosperity. “In the end, it came down to Tlaloc of the Aztecs, the malevolent spirits of the Mayans, and of course, Molech the annihilator of babes.” He went on to state that while any of the gods who demanded child sacrifice would have been impeccable candidates to steer the court’s decisions on key issues like abortion, Molech’s consistent track record of obliterating society’s offspring gave him the edge.
He’ll really, really fit right in.