On Friday’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher made the announcement that Ruth Bader Ginsburg had died. One of Maher’s guests that night was the controversial activist Jane Fonda who said that she was “reeling” from the news. After that, she urged an uprising among the viewers in order to prevent the efforts of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to have a replacement for Ginsburg immediately. “We have to be as tough as Mitch McConnell and not allow them to do one freakin’ thing until the election is over,” Fonda said. “We have to rise up and not allow them to do it. If Mitch McConnell can do it, let’s grow some balls and ovaries. Oh, my God.”

The controversial actress is not the only one who is calling for riots and disturbances in the streets if the Republicans push through with getting a replacement for Ginsburg in the Supreme Court. Former CNN host Reza Aslan threatened to burn things down through a tweet. “If they even TRY to replace RBG we burn the entire fucking thing down.” Others have joined the call for an actual insurrection which can potentially destroy the country. Many of those who are urging leftists to revolt and commit violence are rich celebrities who will not be risking their lives on the ground but will arguably flee to some other place once the violence starts to get out of hand.

Anti-semite Linda Sarsour also tweeted about Ginsburg’s death adding an ominous message at the end of the tweet. “Lord have mercy. May Ruth Bader Ginsburg Rest In Peace. May we not be in peace until we defeat the fascist in the White House. Mitch McConnell gonna try to push this through. We need to organize. Officially CODE RED.”

The leftists are now trying to hold the American public hostage. They are basically threatening more violence if they don’t get their way. But the President and the Senate have the duty to the American people to find a replacement for Ginsburg. The Democrats and the leftists are now doing all that they can to find excuses as to why Trump should not nominate anyone for now.