Barely Coherent: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes an Appearance…

A few weeks ago American media began heavily promoting a generally odd video of Supreme Court Justice doing a workout.  It seemed weird.  Today, the motive of putting out that video becomes transparent.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg appears at an event hosted by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association (NAPABA).  Watch:

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How long can the left-wing apparatchik maintain a ruse that Justice Ginsburg is fit to remain on the court?

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814 Responses to Barely Coherent: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes an Appearance…

  1. DanO64 says:

    They shoot horses don’t they?

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  2. Texian says:

    It’s even too late to put her out to pasture.. The Leftist Democrats ought to be ashamed of themselves.. It’s elderly abuse.. They are pimping her out until she drops..

    This is the Supreme Court?? I can’t believe this is being allowed to happen..

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  3. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “How long can the left-wing apparatchik maintain a ruse that Justice Ginsburg is fit to remain on the court?”

    As long as she is breathing. She could be a ventilator/life support and she will not quit. Just like our favorite flyboy. /s

    This actually quite pathetic. Some one or some group actually thought this was a good idea to bolster their position that she is fit to continue? I do not think it will fool the independent voters in flyover country, even though we don’t vote on SCOTUS. Which is just as well. Look what happened with the election of Senators.

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  4. ck says:

    I lost my mom to Parkinson’s, RGB’s posture and frame remind me of the way mom was.

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  5. Is this the woman who does one-armed pushups?

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  6. alliwantissometruth says:

    I propose a new rule for the Supreme Court…

    Any Justice that can’t keep their head up is automatically out

    Liked by 17 people

  7. TexasDude says:

    She set the precedent to not answer questions during confirmation.

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    • Kenji says:

      When was the last time … SHE actually wrote an opinion? One that wasn’t researched, composed, argued, and issued by HER … office? She has become a marionette (with a droopy head) of the feminazi leftist harpys.

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  8. Skippy says:

    Not a good look, SCOTUS! Head bent, robotically speaking “the way is was was right, the way it is is wrong”. Living in the past, so sorry Justice Ginsburg but your value on the Supreme Court has passed.

    I watched all of Brett Kavanaugh’s testimony and questioning over four days 9:30 am to nights. Justice Kavanaugh was extremely erudite in answering each questions over many hours quoting the appropriate case or supporting laws. Very attentive to each questioner, polite and extremely likable.

    It’s time Justice Ginsburg. We all age but America must have a viable SCOTUS. Please resign and God Bless you!

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  9. JoD says:

    It’s twilight time.

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  10. Brian Baker says:

    Well, that was nice of them to move her living room to the interview stage so she didn’t have to move off her chair.

    Liked by 6 people

  11. Margaret Berger says:

    I thought she had moved to Canada after the election.

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  12. BSR says:

    Talk about the pot calling the kettle black. When was the last time this SCJ gave a straight up constitutional vote on anything, or even led on a ruling, or a descent? Shameful that she’s drinking herself into a grave instead of enjoying her final years.

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  13. mark mears says:

    I know it doesn’t belong here but Joe D on Hannity just now just said of Comey “he
    ‘s going down”. Thanks Joe for putting that out there. True or not, I don’t care.
    Let them fight it

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  14. Minnie says:

    Omgosh 😲

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  15. mike c says:

    Only thing missing in that video clip are the buzzards circling above her.

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  16. BSR says:

    Good eye SD! Doubtful anyone else catches this before and after.

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  17. Your Tour Guide says:

    The onion- Alzheimer’s sufferers demand cure for pancakes

    See if this links. Best thing they ever printed.

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  18. drg13miami says:

    i completely agree with Wretched 1. E-M-P-A-T-H-Y. There, but for the grace of God….RBG is totally coherent and seems to remember everything…and make sense with what she opines.

    She is ideologically the opposite of most of the Treepers, including me. She appears as frail and sick as she can be. But to wish death upon her? You have to be kidding me. Shame on you.

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    • Amy2 says:

      Thanks for this. I saw a frail old woman, BUT she was clear in her remarks, and right about it now being a partisan show (especially from her fellow libs). I don’t like her, but she seems to be of sound mind! There isn’t anything I know of that states Supreme Court Justices are lifetime appointments btw.

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    • She has had the habit of staring at the floor for years, but now it is really noticeable.

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    • starfcker says:

      Yes, seems she’s mentally fine. Physically very frail. Thank you so much, Justice Ginsburg, for wanting so badly to have a female President nominate your replacement. That one little bit of wishfulness, combined with some awesome stubbornness on the part of Mitch McConnell, has set us up for Supreme Court like we haven’t seen in our lifetimes. Thanks again Justice Ginsburg, I wish you all the best.

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  19. Pokey says:

    Don’t think for a minute that the Dims will let her stay on the bench if they win the Senate in November. This is why they are so dangerous now. They have given up all pretense of being anything but “useful idiots” for their Global Communist masters. Their masters understand that there is no overturning our Constitution unless they gain control of our Supreme Court. It is taking them a lot longer than they thought and another actual Constitutionalist will cause an intolerable wait for that control. If Ginsburg retires or dies, the treatment they will apply to any PDJT nominee will be a lot closer to war on The People than a Senate confirmation. We should see the condition of Ginsburg as a harbinger of a most terrible political fight that looms on the horizon for us, and we better be ready or we will lose our country. They can’t wait another generation to make their play.

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  20. Minnie says:

    And what’s with the white gloves?

    What does she no want to be seen?

    Between Gaggle’s beanies and Ruthie’s white gloves – I just don’t know to say, what the heck?!!

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    • TheWanderingStar says:

      My wife says, “She probably has cold fingers.”

      I say nothing. I figure that the flesh has fallen off.

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    • drg13miami says:

      Well, I’ll tellya what I think. She barely has any skin over her arthritic bones. She probably has large purpuric spots there indicative of low platelets and other cells in her blood, probably from chronic disease…which may very well include pancreatic cancer that’s already spread. As one who has been there, I will pray for her. Soon she will be in under God’s wing in an eternal safe place.

      I’d like conservatives to rule the SC…but not at anyone’s suffering or demise.

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    • soozword says:

      My >100 yo mother always wanted to wear gloves in her last years because she was mortified by all the dark age spots on the back if her hands. When she went so far as to ask me to cut the fingers off the glove off (have seen such gloves on BBC Victorian drawingroom dramas), I finally convinced her to let me try bleaching creams. Not saying that is the case here but a possibility.

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    • Totally Domestic says:

      Possibly highly susceptable to germs, frail, fragile immune system.

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  21. Cat Lady says:

    I thought she was rather candid and forthright, to point out Scalia’s unanimous confirmation vote, as an example of what the confirmation process should revert to!! No doubt her audience didn’t want to hear that!!!

    So she’s still lucid but VERY frail, as others have pointed out.. and clearly lacks the stamina to do the job as it should be done!!

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      Justice Scalia often said in interviews that although they were of different conservative and liberal persuasions, he and Ginsburg were like best buds. They admired each other’s intellects almost “sparring” in discussions and case deliberations. I imagine the admiration of such superior intellect must occur with most all of the SC Justices.
      I miss Justice Scalia, the loss of his presence via his untimely death we all felt must have been a palpable blow to the Supreme Court Justices.
      Almost wonder if Roberts feels any guilt due to his stance in playing the deciding factor in the travesty of Obamacare, obvious fraud against the people. His decision without a doubt kept obama in office and wonder if questions internally if Scalia’s death was natural or not.

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  22. webgirlpdx says:

    I thought ChiFi throwing the crap about Judge K to see if it would stick to the wall would be the creepiest thing I’d see today. I was so wrong.

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  23. Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

    The first human that could lose a race to both a chameleon and a sloth.

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  24. Resistwemuch says:

    “Bring out yer dead”!

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  25. mark mears says:

    In mho keep it up.

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  26. christinewjc says:

    My husband and I just saw that segment on Hannity’s show and could not believe that she’s still on the Supreme Court! My mom is 94 and in much better shape than that! Ginsburg couldn’t even hold her head up? She spoke so hesitantly and very slowly! How can she possibly be considered competent by any stretch of the imagination?

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    • drg13miami says:

      Maybe she couldn’t hold her head up because she has cancer in the bones of her neck, or arthritis. She spoke fine. Good for you that perhaps you inherited you Mom’s good genes. Comparison is just not warranted.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        She did not speak fine. She was horribly slow and rambling and it was hard to follow what she was saying. Look below at the video I posted from Oct 2016. Totally different. In that video she speaks fine. She is fading quickly. She will not be around much longer. She won’t make it to the end of Trump’s term.

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      • christinewjc says:

        If she has any of the ailments mentioned, then it must be painful for her to sit for long periods of time.

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    • Rami says:

      My thought is she has osteoporosis; my mother-in-law has the same problem. Will say though, she seemed able to follow with the conversations.

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  27. RBG studied our constitution for the same reason the Orkin Man studies insects.

    During the previous administration, I prayed that RBG continued to breath until Mr. Hope & Change was gone. Now I don’t necessarily wish her any ill health, but I no longer perform those prayers.

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  28. parteagirl says:

    God has His own set of term limits.

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  29. Stab, the unstoppable hero says:

    Now at least we know where Obama got his “Magic Wand” comment. He filched it from RBG. No way he could come up with that on his own.

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  30. Troublemaker10 says:

    I was stunned at how frail she appears.

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  31. Indimex says:

    Interesting that when she was nominated, her White Hiuse handlers were worried about her time at the ACLU. But, NOT A SINGLE QUESTION was asked about it by the Republicans. We know now that it was Uniparty Central.
    And, she says, “I wish I could wave a m-magic wand, and have it like it was before.” She misses the Uniparty!
    Also noteworthy that Scalia was unanimously confirmed, even though he was a “Charachter.”
    I would not have guessed that.

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  32. amwick says:

    SD asks How long can the left-wing apparatchik maintain a ruse that Justice Ginsburg is fit to remain on the court?
    I get it,, but I think that is not the right question. She is clearly unfit, the question is what can be done? The answer is NOTHING, by law, NOTHING. She could be flat on her back, comatose and nothing can be done. That is what I understand.
    At this point the other justices could talk to her, encourage her to retire, but that is about it.
    Maybe it is time for the law to change. So, it really doesn’t matter what anyone thinks, aside from Justice Ginsberg.

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    • sedge2z says:

      With the good of our nation in mind, RBG’s physicians should be responsible to declare the time when she should step down…..just as an elderly patient’s grown children are told to take the car keys away for everyone’s safety.

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    • Blade says:

      Well, the word Law is the wrong word in this context. No Law can affect this situation ( Law comes from Congress and signed by a President ). The Constitution is NOT law and is superior to law, it is the framework of the three branches who create, execute and judge laws. Until Congress first convened, passed bills and got signed by a President there were no laws ( aka code/acts/statutes ). So forget the word law entirely.

      The Supreme Court is established in Article III and their tenure is actually described rather loosely by today’s language standards ( “The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish. The Judges, both of the supreme and inferior Courts, shall hold their Offices during good Behaviour, and shall, at stated Times, receive for their Services, a Compensation, which shall not be diminished during their Continuance in Office.” ).

      The rub is that to reinterpret that as not meaning life terms as it always has been interpreted, or perhaps being of sound mind or body would require the Supreme Court itself to judge its own limitations in some sort of challenge brought before them. One of those wildly ironic paradoxes of our Constitutional system indeed. It would rival Marshall’s Marbury jurisdictional power grab for show-stopping attention.

      I’m not as gung ho against old folks being on the Court or in Congress as many others. There are many more old people alive today than at any point in our history. There are people as old as 105 and countless people above 80. To be a representative government they have to also be represented. Naturally if she is incoherent that is a separate matter and the only rational avenue s for people to urge her to retire. Good luck with that. However, I sure hope people remember her anti-Trump diatribes and ram them right down her throat when a Trump case gets to the Court. She must recuse! And if she doesn’t she should be impeached for violating the Constitution good Behaviour clause as all judges should be.

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      • Patriot1783 says:

        I believe only Supreme Court Justices, although they can if they want, do not have to recuse from any case before them under any circumstance.

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        • Blade says:

          Technically no-one has to recuse from anything as does not literally appear in the Constitution and it is a voluntary act which depends upon the integrity of the individual. Whether a price is paid later is always an open question. Rules and regulations can be written, laws can be enacted but they cannot alter Article III specifications for Article III federal judges and justices. No-one can make you recuse or else it is not a recusal by definition, and rules/regulations/laws all are inferior to the Constitution. But you *can* browbeat and shame them into recusing on occasion.

          The only real enumerated remedy available for judges and justices as well as all other Constitutionally defined offices and any federal official is impeachment and it does not get used enough especially for judges. The criteria is written in Article III: “The Judges, both of the supreme and inferior Courts, shall hold their Offices during good Behaviour,” and NOT recusing in any case of conflict of interest meets that criteria in most people’s view, including mine, but not all unfortunately.

          In the Ginsburg situation, this will become wildly clear if a Trump case gets to the court while she is still alive. We will demand recusal, the left will be apoplectic at that possibility even though they will simultaneously demand Gorsuch or Kavanaugh recuse at the same time. Hypocrisy is baked into the DNA of all leftists, integrity is baked into the DNA of all patriots. That is the American paradox in a nutshell.

          However, being appointed by the President is not a conflict of interest historically, but Ginsburg’s wild bias evidenced in her speeches and articles during the campaign is very solid evidence of partisanship. What will she do? Not a clue. She is so old and at the end of her career she may never recuse. But at least we can use it as a weapon to hammer the corrupt leftist (D)emocrats.

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          • Patriot1783 says:

            Thanks.. Dems had already put out the idea when Harris asked Kavanaugh during the SC hearings if elected would he recuse himself off certain cases.

            “Hypocrisy is baked into the DNA of all leftists, integrity is baked into the DNA of all patriots. That is the American paradox in a nutshell.”
            Love that!

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  33. auntiefran413 says:

    This would be sad if it weren’t pathetic! No one should be allowed to hold such a powerful position when they’re beyond competence. This is actually worse that what McCain did.

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  34. RJ says:

    I remember back when I was in high school how they wheeled comatose Left-wing SCOTUS Justice William O. Douglas into court via a stretcher and ambulance. His twenty something wife was always there to help him vote.

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  35. Plain Jane says:

    Wow. My aunt will be 100 in January and she is much more alive and quick in speaking than RBG.

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  36. Cheri Lawrence says:

    Goodness first Obama’s sleep inducing speech recently and now Ginsberg who is barely coherent. We have Hillary barking, falling and tripping, Pelosi having small brain seizures when speaking. Almost a parody of a dark self consuming energy from a very dark party decaying in front of our very eyes. They have nothing positive to contribute to anything. Their agenda was power and greed which is anti life force which eventually collapses in on itself. It’s like God is showing us the old energy and paradigm of death and destruction ending. It has never been more apparent. YAY!! Onward we go voting warriors!!

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  37. theresanne says:

    She is too old and frail to be making decisions that affect the lives of over 360 million people.

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  38. covfefe999 says:

    That video is HILARIOUS!!!!!!!!!

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  39. Reloader says:

    So for a Rightist candidate, the requirements are 470,000 documents, 1,250+ questions, weeks of grilling, investigation going back to high school, withstanding violent accusations, protests and threats to family.

    And for a Leftist, just fog a mirror.

    Ok, got it.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Excellent comment.

      It reminds me of the shrieking media coping with Trump’s excellent health report. That same media ignored Hillary’s serious health problems. Fog and a mirror for her. Trump needed to win a Decathalon competing against 30 year olds.

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    • Deplorable_Infidel says:

      “And for a Leftist, just fog a mirror.”

      Back when she was going through her confirmation hearing, she said no Senators asked her any questions about her time with the ACLU. I guess the Senators have not changed much.

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  40. covfefe999 says:

    She’s complaining about things being partisan. But the ONLY reason she is clinging to her position is because HIllary lost. If Hillary had won Ginsburg would be retired already. Pathetic old b. (Both of them!)

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    • jello333 says:

      That may have been true at some point in the past, but not anymore. I don’t believe for a second that she still wants the job. I think she’s being PRESSURED to “hang on” by far, far worse people than she is.

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  41. New Nonna to Be, Again!!! 🤗 says:

    Her physicality makes me sad. If she were my grandma, I’d be really, really sad.

    Thing is.. she probably lives to go to court and would just pass away the day she retired knowing she’d not have the court to go to anymore.

    It’s just sad from a human point of view.

    I’ll leave all other POV’s to you all. I’m just sad for her.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      She’s a bitter Dem. Don’t feel sorry for her because she’s frail. The only reason she is clinging to her spot is because she hates Trump. She cannot possibly be doing a good job. She needs to go. There are better people who should be in her place.

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      • New Nonna to Be, Again!!! 🤗 says:

        I hear the anger directed at her, covfefe, and I understand it. Maybe on a different day or time I’d be right there with you. But today, I’m seeing just a very frail, old woman, who shouldn’t be doing what she’s doing, physically first off, and politically, either, but I’m not judging that right now.

        I’m feeling sad for a woman in that condition, with her obvious intelligence, not allowing herself the lil time she has left on this earth to enjoy some peace and reflection. Who knows… maybe her life and work’s decisions are ones she can’t bring herself to review and reflect upon. It all just saddens me, and I’m allowed to feel this way.

        Better people will be in her place, and she will go, soon, and I’m just sad for her at this moment in her life. I pity how she’s ended up. And I’m allowed to feel this way.

        Like I said above, I’ll leave all other points of view about her to you all.

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  42. Blind no longer says:

    Does anyone really believe that she is capable of sitting through court, for hours, hearing arguments without falling asleep? She falls asleep during the State of the Union, I’m sure she does in court as well. I was shocked at this interview. She is slow to respond, and obviously frail. This does not give one confidence that she is making decisions, final decisions on the laws of our Land!

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  43. RJ says:

    The old Rith Buzzard reminds me of my Senator, the dopey Bob Casey. They need mirrors placed under their mouths to make sure it fogs up to confirm their breathing.

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  44. jello333 says:

    You know the main thing I feel when I see Ginsburg now? It’s anger…. anger toward the scumbags who are encouraging her — pretty much blackmailing her — to stay on the Court. You just KNOW they’re telling her that she MUST try to hold out just a little bit longer, until they can get rid of Trump. The have not ONE IOTA of concern for the person, Ruth Ginsburg, it’s all about the SC Justice, the body in that big chair.

    This woman, or any man or woman of her age, should now be relaxing and enjoying the last few years of her life… spending every waking hour with friends and family, doing whatever hobbies she might still be able to do, just sitting and enjoying old memories… whatever. The fact that there are people out there who will NOT allow her to do that is disgusting.

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  45. covfefe999 says:

    Check out this video from late 2016. She has declined considerably in less than 2 years. She’s incredibly frail, freezing cold, nods off a lot, and has become nearly incoherent. Big change since late 2016. She’s not going to make it to the end of Trump’s term. Normally I wouldn’t hate on her but I know she’s clinging to her spot only because Hillary lost and she’s trying to hold out for a Dem President, yet complains about partisanship. F her. Trump’s going to be able to appoint THREE Supreme Court justices in his first term. 🙂

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  46. grlangworth says:

    Justice Ginsburg is entitled to her opinion on her fitness for the SCOTUS. That is the law of our land. Snark retorts toward Justice Ginsburg dishonors the Constitution. I do not see how one can besmirch SCOTUS if you expect SCOTUS to survive as a viable branch.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      You have to be kidding. hahahaha

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    • amwick says:

      I agree, but there needs to be a law that addresses comatose Justices. Right now we don’t have anything. That would be a good start.

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      • Blade says:

        Please see my comment to you above. “Law” has nothing to do with Constitutional matters.

        The word you are looking for is Amendment.

        The other word that may apply is Impeachment if we can identify bad behavior on her part. That is something Congress can do any day of the week.

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      • grlangworth says:

        You may not approve of Justice Ginsburg’s posture…or politics. Be that as it may, if we carefully review her words actually spoken, we invariably find they are not only terse, cogent, they are heartfelt. I call your attention to the fact that Justice Ginsburg and Justice Scalia did not agree on many opinions cast by SCOTUS. However, they remained close friends throughout.

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        • Blade says:

          You keep forgetting the /SARC tags after your posts praising Ginsburg.

          She is an ACLU lackey, a domestic enemy no less intent on destroying America and her founding principles than Saul Alinsky, Abbie Hoffman, Jerry Rubin, Bill Ayers, FDR and Obama for that matter.

          I don’t care if Scalia spent time with her, Churchill dined with FDR and Stalin, and Hitler had a dog. Besides, for all we know Scalia was just being honorable and polite. Or maybe it was a rare character defect in Scalia to trust rabid dogs, who knows? At least it didn’t seem to interfere with most of his rulings. And his influence sure didn’t rub of on her ever.

          There are heartfelt pleadings for mercy for every serial killer executed on death row, and similar heartfelt arguments against every other righteous action a civilized society takes, starting with enforcing its borders and rejecting Illegal Alien Invaders. Heartfelt means absolutely nothing in objective reasoning which should be the only thing of concern. If I want heartfelt I’ll go to Church or a wedding or a funeral. Let’s keep heartfelt as far away from the levers of power as possible.

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          • grlangworth says:

            Every POTUS deserves to prosecute his point of view — whether it’s Democrat, Republican or Bernie Sanders…this is because he has been duly elected by the U.S. I do not see myself as a Republican version of those vicious bigots in the TGIF tape of Google leadership. 96 to 3 means the Congress as a whole represented the President’s elected prerogatives. This is what we are asking for our own PDJT.

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    • sedge2z says:

      fwiw: Sandra Day O’Connor was the first female SCJ.
      As a Repub, she waited to step down when we had a Repub President (Bush) and then retired to care for her husband in their old age. Very Gracious!
      On December 12, 2000, WSJ reported that O’Connor was reluctant to retire with a Democrat in the presidency, The justice’s husband, John O’Connor, mentioned her desire to step down but said she would be reluctant to retire if a Democrat were in the White House to choose her replacement.
      By 2005, the composition of the Court had been unchanged for eleven years, the second-longest period in American history. Rehnquist was widely expected to be the first justice to retire during Bush’s term, owing to his age and his battle with cancer. Before deciding to retire, O’Connor consulted Rehnquist on his plans in an attempt to avoid having two retirements at the same time.
      On July 1, 2005, O’Connor announced her intention to retire. In her letter to Bush, she stated that her retirement would take effect upon the confirmation of her successor. A Supreme Court spokeswoman confirmed O’Connor was leaving to spend time with her husband who was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.
      At her retirement she was still in good health, an exception to the usual practice of justices serving until death or nearly incapacitated.

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  47. Margaret Berger says:

    I too think she is lucid. Slow to answer but deliberate. She might not be able to hold her head up due to osteoporosis. She is small boned, and if she had cancer treatment she could have lost bone mass. The elderly are often cold as are cancer survivors. They both have poor circulation.

    If I were a betting person, I say she won’t retire.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      She’s not very lucid. Wandering thoughts, having a hard time getting a sentence out.

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    • rbrtsmth says:

      RBG seems like she is in frail physical condition especially compared to the 2016 video a poster linked to above. But, we’ve all seen people hang on for many years in terrible physical condition. I am sure she will die in place on the court or when a liberal replacement awaits.

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      • grlangworth says:

        I think there are a number of videos of Steven Hawking (sp?) on YouTube from over the years. He is hardly lovely in any case, but check his utterances carefully.

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  48. Andrew says:

    I always wondered what happened to the Skexsies from Dark Crystal.

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  49. Linus in W.PA. says:

    While I believe she should retire, she was actually very lucid and on point with her answers. Granted, her reaction times are slower, she stated her points clearly.

    She does need to retire.

    She also seems way more with it than Pelosi.

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  50. simicharmed says:

    That video is more proof that RBG is not making, and likely has not for years, SC decisions based on the legal-logic of her own mentality. Rather, those who are Clerking for her are making the decision(s)….

    Seems wrong, don’t ya think? Non-appointed (leftist snowflakes), law clerk(s) making Supreme Court decisions on her behalf….

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    • Niagara Frontier says:

      I tend to agree on the role of her clerks. Ginsburg reportedly has had all four clerks signed up for the 2019 court season since early spring. I’m certain they are doing all of the heavy and most of the light lifting.

      Her clerks include Harvard Law graduates Susan Pelletier and Marco Basile, as well as Columbia Law graduate Alyssa Barnard and Stanford Law graduate Michael Qian.

      https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/ruth-bader-ginsburg-hires-law-clerks_us_5a54e7c7e4b01e1a4b1a056f

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      • simicharmed says:

        Thanks for the link. RBG clearly self identifies – “a flaming feminist litigator?” she responded.”

        It also contains a copy of a Candidate Trump tweet from 7/12/16 – “Justice Ginsburg of the U.S. Supreme Court has embarrassed all by making very dumb political statements about me. Her mind is shot – resign!”

        Hilarious! A forgot about that tweet…

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