Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died at 87, so let’s say some nice things about her and then set about replacing her with all the snooty entitled fervor that the Democrats would have filled her empty seat with if they controlled the White House and Senate. Ginsburg died less than two months before a presidential election in 2020 because of course she did.
It’s 2020! Her timing was perfect. Democrats were finally starting to “condemn” their base’s riots that have been ongoing for nearly four months and it looked like they were going to try to calm things down in hopes of snagging the election. Well, that’s over! We’re back to 24/7 crazy for the next month-and-a-half.
First, let’s say some nice stuff about Ginsburg, because that’s what’s expected whenever a venerated elder in our society passes away. (It’s also an old-school nicety that Democrats are incapable of, as proven by their lack of class when the president’s brother passed away this summer.)
She was… um… long-lived?
Oh, I know! If there’s one thing I could say about “RBG” that is truly nice, it was the fact that she was not very “woke” by 2020 standards and really not very social justice oriented. Ruth Bader Ginsburg didn’t believe in abortion-on-demand because it is somehow a woman’s “right to choose;” she believed in abortion-on-demand for its eugenic properties.
As a wealthy elite, Ruth Bader Ginsburg loved the opera – you know, those fancy musical theater things written by patriarchal white oppressors who have been dead for a long time? Abortion in her mind, therefore, allowed hoity-toity ladies like herself to avoid seeing too many hoboes or street junkies as they walked to the Met to watch Pavarotti. Reducing the number of children that the poorer classes were having was a net positive for society in her mind.
Ginsburg was also, to her credit, an old-school liberal believer in meritocracy. She spent 25 years on the Supreme Court and 38 years total as a judge. During all those years, she only selected one black attorney to clerk for her. She chose a total of 119 clerks to serve her for 38 years, and only one of them was black. That’s not very “woke” by 2020 standards. But MSNBC won’t be calling her a white supremacist anytime soon.
My favorite RBG quote was what she said when asked about Colin Kaepernick kneeling for the national anthem: “Really dumb.”
Now, as to the timeline for replacing Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the court… this week sounds good!
Come on, Mitch. Do it!
Less than six hours after the news of Ginsburg’s passing was announced, a gaggle of protesters marched to Mitch McConnell’s house to bullhorn him and his wife. They’ve gone totally crazy, so just get this over with.
Tell Lindsey Graham to hold a one-hour confirmation hearing, put the nominee to a vote, and then bring them for a full vote in the Senate the very next day. Bing, bang, boom!
You know the libs would do this if the tables were turned. If the Democrats controlled the White House and the Senate, and a conservative justice died 45 days before the election, we know that all of the demons in hell would not be able to stop them from filling that seat. (Not that any of the demons in hell would want to stop Democrats from anything they want to do, but you catch my meaning.)
The Democrats would break any rule necessary, abolish the filibuster, whatever it took. That’s because most normal people hate the Democrats’ agenda, and the only way they are able to enact their socialist garbage in America is through the Supreme Court.
One final note: Elected Republicans in Congress and especially the Senate need to beef up their security right now. If you’ve spent 5 minutes on Twitter, then you realize that deranged leftists are going to be making Scalise-style assassination attempts to try to stop Trump and McConnell from filling Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat.
Just when we thought 2020 couldn’t get any hotter!