You know how we get really mad at Cheif Justice Roberts for always siding with the left?

Well, believe it or not, the left gets just as mad at Ginsburg.

Yesterday, Ginsburg joined the majority conservatives and voted to give Trump a major victory on deporting asylum seekers – this move comes after she had voted for Trump on the emoluments clause.

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Liberals were beside themselves over RBG’s latest vote.

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Here’s a couple of comments that basically capture the liberal left’s overall “feel.”

“I’m begging you guys to stop lionizing Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She sided with the majority on this inhumane heap of flaming garbage.”

“Ruth Bader Ginsburg sided with conservatives on this awful decision. She also recently described Kavanaugh as “very decent and very smart.” If she is a feminist icon, that’s a pretty damning indictment of a certain kind of feminism, no?”

Whenever the left gets mad at Ginsburg they always start screaming at her “WHY DIDN’T YOU RETIRE UNDER OBAMA?”

Well, the last time this happened – when Ginsburg pissed off the mob, they got very angry and again demanded to know why she didn’t retire when Obama was in office so he could replace her…

She got equally mad and put her critics in their place with her response – which, by the way, was 100% spot-on.

Keeping Ginsburg on the bench was the only logical choice Dems had at the time.

But their base is so low-info, they don’t understand anything – these are the people who think the Statue of Liberty is our “immigration policy.”

 From NBC

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg fired back on Wednesday against critics who say the liberal justice should have retired while President Barack Obama was in office.

“When that suggestion is made, I ask the question: Who do you think the president could nominate that could get through the Republican Senate? Who you would prefer on the court than me?” Ginsburg said.

Ginsburg’s comments came during an interview with NPR’s Nina Totenberg at an event in New York City.



This piece was written by Missy Crane on June 26, 2020. It originally appeared in and is used by permission.

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