- Schadenfreude: Pleasure derived from the misfortunes of others.
- Shakespeare’s phrase “Hoist with his own petard:” To be “blown up by one’s own bomb.
Used together in a sentence:
I look forward to some deeply satisfying schadenfreude next year when Democrats are “hoisted with their own petard”, i.e. are blown up by their own (shortsighted) plan to destroy the filibuster.