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

  1. bayrat65 says:

    😲 OMG!! The woman is barely able to sit up, much less talk in complete sentences. I’d like to see her walk off the stage by herself.

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    • JSBachLover says:

      I’m no fan of hers, to put it mildly, but there was nothing at all incoherent in what she said. She speaks very slowly, clearly has health problems, but, in that clip, anyway, made an excellent — and coherent — point about how badly the nomination process has deteriorated.
      A little fairness would be in order.

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      • Jesse says:

        Agree 100%. Ginsberg spoke clearly and communicated her message well.

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      • Rachel Guess says:

        I would like to think that her long time friendship with Justice Scalia may have brought forth her comments. They were quite close from what I have read, frequently doing lunch and attending the opera together.

        Perhaps watching Judge Kavanaugh’s hearings made her realize how absolutely unhinged the liberals in the Senate have become. However, her point was valid. The purpose of the Senate is to ‘advise and consent’ to a nomination, not to derail, harass or denigrate a nominee.

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        • Carrie says:

          I would love to think that with some after hours thoughts about the FISA warrant process and the absolute lack of checks and balances with that FISA court might have actually had -just for a nanosecond- the idea cross her mind that maybe, just maybe, the FISA court was abused and this is a witch hunt against President Trump! Ok, back to my red wine (and Doritos)…

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        • MelH says:

          I am shocked and dismayed that none of the ranking members chose to stop the obvious bipartisan smearing and harassment until the end, when Corey Booker chose to make a fool of himself. Several times if i had been the candidate, i might have stood up, given the people like kamala harris the finger and walked out. When Al Franken did similar things to Rex Tillerson, I fully expected he would finally say, “I don’t need this job, you Jackass” and walk out.

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          • G. Alistar says:

            “He who angers you, defeats you.” I think it was said by some old dead Chinese guy? Maybe Buddha? Point is rather, Judge Kavenaugh was the voice and image of reason, calm determination and patient with the clown show actors. In short, a brilliant legal mind and a scholarly constitutionalist. Now the SCOTUS has Kavenaugh for 40 years to work on behalf of the nation and all of our citizens. Another win for DJT. Thank you!

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        • Nice try. RBG is a progressive, left-wing zealot who has done a lot of damage to our Constitution and country. Do not forget that she made disparaging political remarks about President Trump during the primaries while on the bench, a first for a SCOTUS justice. Not to ever be trusted, even at 85 years old. Keeping the Senate is much more important than the House, for Republicans, if we want to protect our Constitution and republic from people like RBG!

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    • lou says:

      the best and the brightest……not so much…..very embarrassing…

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    • Screaming eagle says:

      Its very sad to see, but the REAL TRUTH is – she could have retired right after O’Blamer was re-elected. But true to form, as all Liberal Communists are and always will be, two points:
      1) They never, ever, let go of power, it has to be taken from them.
      2) They think they will live forever. Our Lord has a different view here.

      The Dems don’t give a damn if she is suffering, they only want the seat to be theirs. She is under strict orders, and is going to follow those orders to the grave. Pardon the pun but “rest assured”, she knows this is her fate, and she will follow it through willingly.

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  2. bsdetector4u says:

    RBG: “wish I could wave a magic wand and go back to the way it was”.
    Does she mean wishing she could go back to the Obama years and retire so he could have replaced her with a young Marxist judge?

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Exactly.

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    • bsdetector4u says:

      Whoops! My bad. Ginsburg probably thought Hillary was going to win which would have meant she could retire at any time.

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    • Keln says:

      Seems to me she is pointing out how political it has become. And saying it should not be that way. I agree with her.

      Liked by 20 people

      • Deb says:

        Her point is valid and her mind still seems to be sharp. I also agree with her. But she is quite frail, even just speaking seems like quite the physical effort.

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        • Bebop777 says:

          I agree that her point is valid—for once! Notice though how she she kept twisting her (gloved) hands around, maybe she had arthritis? Clearly in addition to being elderly, she is not well and could even be on meds. She looked like she was fighting not to fall asleep.

          Wonder how her opinion resonated with the usual bunch of media libtards? They sure aren’t shouting it from the rooftops.

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      • PInky1920 says:

        RBG has the guts to point out how political it’s become?? What a pantload…yes, it’s politics, her OWN, that has forbidden her poor decrepit body to lay down and rest. She’s still on the court because SHE is just as rapidly anti constitution, anti American and communistic and her idols, the drunken Hillary and the Marxist taupe dope. It is killing her to know that she may very well be replaced by someone who actually believes in and will rule according to the LAW and not their own demented world view. She is a pathetic, angry, sad, defeated woman.

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      • G. Alistar says:

        Ironic double standard— Republicans voted for her and Sota -Mayor but when it come to SCOTUS justices like Gorsuch or now, Kavenaugh, the dems act like a bunch of clowns. I think RBG’s interview reflects that she knows this…even if she is close to the end.

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        • Keln says:

          She called out Democrats too.

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          • LEET says:

            She did NOT call out Dems too! She said they vote lock step on both sides. First of all this is NOT true, 2nd
            where was all of the obnoxious smearing of character, demon screaming and grandstanding during the Sotomayor and Kagan hearings…oh yeah it DID NOT HAPPEN! The Dems tried to DESTROY Clarence Thomas. The Dems DID destroy Bork’s nomination. They are sickening and attempt to inflict as much collateral damage as possible on all Republican nominees to the court. To say Dems and Republican’s, in this case, all do the same thing is a disgusting lie!

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        • margaretwalker says:

          We will be set on fire by the libtards or they will set themselves on fire like the Buddhist monks did self immolation during the Vietnam War if Trump gets three Supreme Court justices. My mom is 91 and in better shape than Ruth, but how can this poor woman possibly carry the workload of the Court? I don’t agree with her opinions but she must want to retire.

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          • Sue says:

            Can you imagine going through another one of these anytime soon? I certainly feel for the next candidate. Let’s hope that we have a red wave in the mid-terms and thorough exposure and prosecution of the crimes of the elites before we go through this again.

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            • grlangworth says:

              I think we should be prepared to go against this partisan travesty at least 2 more times during PDJT’s first term.

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            • G. Alistar says:

              Steel sharpens steel. The nation still has great men and women of integrity and honor in our judicial profession. Trump knows where to find them. It’s worth the week of ass pain from the dems.

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      • Patriot1783 says:

        However it would be better if she as a Supreme Court Justice stayed quiet on personality or events surrounding a presidential candidate or sitting President.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        Seems to me she is pointing out how political it has become. And saying it should not be that way.

        Right, so why did she make disparaging remarks about candidate Trump just a few months before the election?

        And if she’s so dismayed by how political anything has become, why didn’t she write an open letter of complaint about the Kavanaugh hearings?

        She is the female John McCain. Needs to go.

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    • luke says:

      She means going back to the time before Harry Reid ended the filibuster. So sad for her but not for us. Glad McConnell is actually going through with it.

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  3. Bogeyfree says:

    IMO PT will get to fill 4 SC slots before he leaves office in 2024.

    Get ready for a lot of 7-2 rulings over and over and over again that all support the Constitution as it was written.

    It will be Ground Hog Day for the Dems for 25 years!

    More winning!

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  4. treehouseron says:

    She’ll be dead in 18 months. There’s no way this woman makes it to Trump’s second Presidency.

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  5. sunnydaze says:

    Thing is tho, even in her decrepit shape, she’s STILL making more sense than any of these deranged Dem Pols today.

    Now THAT is scary.

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  6. JenMG says:

    ET……phone home!!!!!

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      • jello333 says:

        I’ll just note something, that may cause people to think twice about a few things: It was often reported that Antonin Scalia’s best friend on the Court, and just overall good friends in life, was… Ruth Ginsburg.

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        • Deb says:

          She seems like a decent human being who happens to have an evil worldview. I’ve come across many of them in my lifetime, the older women in my family are all similar to RBG.

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        • LEET says:

          Jello333:
          What do you want people to think differently about RBG? I highly doubt she and Justice Scalia were friends, but even if they were by some stretch of the imagination, so what…
          RBG is still one of the most far left Supremes and is waaay past her pull date on the court, but because of her far left ideology and arrogance is continuing to hold on until she believes another far left progressive can name her replacement.

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          • jello333 says:

            No, that isn’t my point in the comments I’m making. I think it should be clear from what I’ve said that I DO very much think she should retire… should have done so years ago. The main point of me mentioning that she and Scalia were very good friends (yes they were) is that if Antonin (who was apparently “Nino” to friends) was still alive today, I bet he’d hate reading some of the comments about her.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        Nobody felt bad about McCain in his last few months. Why any sympathy for Ginsburg? She’s just as damaging to the country.

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  7. Hannity played the clip. I thought she was about to keel over

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  8. treehouseron says:

    Someone mentioned they believe she’ll retire soon…. I hadn’t thought of that. That may be why they’re all freaking out about Kavenaugh when he’s really just replacing a conservative anyways. They know she’s gone really soon… so they’re trying to screw up the whole system as much as possible instead of accepting the status quo (Trump replacing her in a straight forward, usual fashion).

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  9. Publius2016 says:

    President Trump may appoint 5!

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  10. IMO says:

    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg says she has at least five more years on Supreme Court | Daily Mail Online
    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6005817/Justice-Ruth-Bader-Ginsberg-says-five-years-Supreme-Court.html

    Five more years? Looks like she is signaling to the demtards you got 5 more years left to get rid of POTUS. Too bad Ruth that’s never going to happen. I think she knows it too.

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  11. Jonesy says:

    Mmm Mmm
    Memories, light the corners of my mind
    Misty water color memories of the way we were
    Scattered pictures of the smiles we left behind
    smiles we gave to one another
    for the way we were.
    Can it be that it was all so simple then
    or has time rewritten every line?
    If we had the chance to do it all again
    tell me would we? Could we?
    Memories, may be beautiful and yet
    what’s too painful to remember
    we simply choose to forget
    So it’s the laughter we will remember
    whenever we remember
    the way we were.

    Treepers practice and memorize for our upcoming: Sing a Long! Hopefully within the next 6 months we’ll get to experience fireworks or Democratic heads exploding when Ruthie passes away peacefully dreaming of Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga’s remake….

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    • MelH says:

      Love that song, thanks Jonesy. The man who planned that parade and the #WalkAway Movement was just banned from Face Book. Seems the Social Media execs are who the President addressed in an EO, yesterday, saying sanctions and asset forfeiture would happen to anyone purposefully manipulating votes. Putting social media “on notice” didn’t get mentioned much except in the White House daily they send via e-mail. Actually they send 3 dailies.

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  12. snailmailtrucker says:

    Hillary said : Arf Arf Arf !

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  13. Patriot1783 says:

    TDS….Scotus style!

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  14. Publius2016 says:

    no cameras on SC because Bader Ginsburg would be exposed!

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  15. Michelle Palmateer says:

    I made the comment when President Trump was first elected, that RBG would stay on the SCOTUS, even if she had to crawl to the court. It appears that I was/am correct. She is too old to be a decent justice on ANY matter, however that will not stop her. She doesn’t appear to have long to live to my untrained eyes.

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  16. Kenji says:

    Can someone tell me what her Minnie Mouse gloves are for? Are those “medical” gloves?

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  17. WSB says:

    I am going to be bold here.

    I replayed the Fox News tape. I replayed SD’s tape here twice.

    Ruth Bader Ginsberg, for as old as she is, is as sharp as a tack.

    It takes her 4 minutes to say that back during her confirmation, she received a vote that was 93 to 6 to confirm her. Or visa versa. Not going to look it up.

    After being very scared that the question of her ACLU affiliation would be brought up. After all of the handwringing, she said to her benefactors…”just let it go.” It didn’t matter to her. The vote would be the vote. AND NO ONE IN THE SENATE BROUGHT UP HER AFFILIATION WITH THE ACLU!!!!!!!!

    She laments that there is no longer a bipartisan vote for completely qualified candidates, and that if she had a magic wand, she would go back in time again.

    Her mind is as sharp as a tack. But Ruth is still a rabid radical and is obviously having a plethora of physical issues.

    Ruth should retire.

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  18. Honest Abbey says:

    I wonder what was going through that guy’s mind…

    When he was done asking his first question, RBG took so long to respond that he must’ve been saying to himself “Oh Chit….. did she fall asleep?” and then a huge sigh of relief when she started talking. You could just feel the tension while watching the video.

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  19. Troublemaker10 says:

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    • WSB says:

      Justice Thomas is brilliant!!!!!!!!! AND, I LOVE his laugh.

      Voiceovers off season, Clarence!

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    • steph_gray says:

      Thank you, Justice Thomas.

      You continue to be the best on the court IMHO, especially now that we lost Scalia.

      The horrid spectacle of the Thomas hearings was one of the points at which I dumped the left and their media for good and all. Kavanaugh is being treated to a circus – it’s really pathetic and funny now – but it was not funny then for Thomas. I thank him so much for his service.

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  20. dufrst says:

    If she croaks and I don’t hope death on anyone, but it’s a reality she may die during Trump term, then that’s when Trump really going to make a deal. Conservatives will be upset but if Trump can make a deal getting whatever domestic agenda he wants in exchange for a liberal judge, would you be upset? Thoughts.

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  21. icthematrix says:

    RBG is declining at a pace that does not bode well for her. I suspect she will indeed carry on until she passes. There is a movie coming out about her young life (saw previews at theater), which focuses on her stand for women’s rights. This will bestow sainthood on her from the left. They will demand a moderate or further left replacement, to the point of riots. Any other President would cave to the pressure.

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  22. Brant says:

    Someone noted she looked/sounded better in October 2016. What happened November 2016? 🙂 She thought for sure HRC would win and her replacement would be……yikes. November 2016 probably took any spunk she had left of of her.

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  23. marinovibe says:

    At some point, someone needs to ask: what’s the over/under on her… well, you know.

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  24. realcapedcrusader says:

    She has had cancer twice, plus heart and neck problems. She’s a fighter, and one tough cookie. Her mind is still sharp.
    Not liking her politically is one thing but the cruel remarks I have read here are embarrassing, and not up to the quality this site used to represent. Your day is coming too.
    RBG
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CR748gHWcAAHavv?format=jpg

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Ginsburg is like McCain. Stop feeling sorry for her because she’s a frail old woman. She is not a good person.

      What’s up with all of the RBG fans posting here? Did CTH get linked in a HuffPo article or something?

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      • BobbyCannoli says:

        You’re missing the point.

        Forget her views, that’s not what we’re discussing here.

        She has many physical problems. As long as her mind is OK, she’s fit to be on the court.

        So just endlessly mocking her because of her frailties is stupid.

        That doesn’t make one a fan.

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    • California Joe says:

      Can you imagine the devastation Ginsberg wrought on the United States setting thousands of criminals free on her warped idea of Constitutional rights?

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    • Aubergine says:

      Sorry, but I made up my mind a long time ago. I will not change my opinion of someone just because they are sick, dying, or dead.

      You reap what you sow in this life, and RBG has sown some evil stuff. Now she is sick and old, and I don’t care. She will die, everyone does. The only difference is how people feel when you are gone.

      If you live your life as a force for good, when you are gone it is a sad day. If you live your life as a force for evil, well, I’m gonna party like it’s 1999 when you die.

      I’m just honest that way.

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  25. Totally Domestic says:

    As it has been said, she is a sick puppet. Perhaps Scalia’s death has effected her. I think she genuinely liked him. She now knows the depth of the evil she has served & knows her expiration date is soon coming & she will have to give an account to God. I hope she repents.

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  26. soozword says:

    I wonder who on her staff thought it a good idea she should go before the camera here? They must have had some influence. Almost seems like they are trying to help our side.

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  27. cripto says:

    She was treated for two types of cancer: colorectal in 1999 (when she began her fitness training) and pancreatic in 2009. She does not look well. Noticed that The Lunatic was slumping in a similar fashion at the Aretha Funeral.

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    • steph_gray says:

      Pancreatic is rough – I thought that was usually a death sentence.

      Thinking of Patrick Swayze – it took him so fast (sigh).

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      • BetsBets says:

        Pancreatic cancer is usually rough and quick mainly because there aren’t many tests for it and there are few, if any, symptoms until it is Stage 4 and the body is ravaged by it. However, RGB’s pancreatic cancer was spotted very early when she was at a regular follow up appointment for colorectal cancer (probably once or twice a year) and it happened to show in a routine scan, if I remember correctly.

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        • cripto says:

          I was just about to suggest the same thing. Probably caught early. I have several friends with pancreatic cancer and with new treatments they are still hanging in there.

          What The Lunatic (HRC) has, besides our undying opprobrium, is a mystery, but she is definitely very ill.

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  28. The Devilbat says:

    We all have to leave this life sooner or later. It looks to me like old Ruthy is on her way out. With this in mind, we already know that democrats can vote from the grave. Does that mean that Ms Ginsburg will still be casting her communist vote on the SCOTUS from the grave as well?

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  29. covfefe999 says:

    For all of the people stating that she made sense … she probably rehearsed that bit. Who knows, maybe it was on notes on her lap. She’s not going to be around much longer. You all can feel sorry for her, I don’t. She was like McCain. Should have left a while back, now she’s just clinging because she hates Trump.

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  30. Lulu says:

    She looks like her spine is collapsing – not good for longevity.

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  31. L. E. Joiner says:

    It is sad to see the vitriol here. The ample religiosity on this site does not apparently extend to any generosity of spirit. While Justice Ginsburg’s body is frail, and she speaks slowly, her voice is firm and her remarks cogent. Remember that she and Justice Scalia were great friends, despite their differences on the law. She wrote a Forward to the book of his speeches published just last year. She concludes:

    If our friendship encourages others to appreciate that some very good people have ideas with which we disagree, and that, despite differences, people of goodwill can pull together for the well-being of the institutions we serve and our country, I will be overjoyed, as I am confident Justice Scalia would be.

    —From Scalia Speaks: Reflections on Law, Faith, and Life Well Lived. (2017)

    /LEJ

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  32. IMHIPP says:

    She looked like one of those ventriloquist dolls in that interview, I’m sure there was someone with a hand up her back moving her head and lips to make it appear she was the one doing the talking! Like Chuck and Bob from Soap!

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  33. HB says:

    Somebody mind telling me why Obummer didn’t replace Scalia?

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  34. Sammy Hains says:

    I wonder if Democrats will go to court to stop doctors from taking her off life support.
    That irony would be rich.

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  35. Trumper says:

    A morning shot of formadyhide and all is well on the zombie court.

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  36. teeheeman says:

    Oh my goodness – sad. The “lifetime appointment” is a tough issue in the current environment. Dems will prop her up, wheel her into court and raise her hand if need be. I’m sorry, but libs could care less about Ginsburg as a person, just as they could have cared less about McCain on his death unless it served a political purpose for them.

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    • steph_gray says:

      This brings up the question, what was life expectancy when the Constitution was penned?

      Wait, I’ll ask duckduckgo (my new search engine as of yesterday on all my browsers). Turns out the average was 45ish – BUT could be much more if one survived infancy, where deaths dragged the average way down.

      Ruth’s age is not outside even their range of expectancy.

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  37. jengancworld says:

    Man my neck is killing me just looking at her.That’s got to be painful to sit like that!
    I know it’s age-related but she must be on some kind of pills to keep the pain away!

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  38. Retired IG says:

    Wow. I have to get a hold of my ANGER and total dismay after watching this video. Seeing this video (am CRINGING .My Mother lived until she was 93 -but I always made sure to wash her hair). This video is A GREAT ARGUMENT FOR TERM LIMITS on the Supreme Court.
    Ruth Bader Ginsberg may still have a GREAT LEGAL MIND but she is very elderly, and perhaps should follow in the footsteps of Sandra Day O’Connor. Get out while your are still alive.
    Or be wet washed by the CIA (Scalia). But I guess wet-washing doesn’t happen to Dem appointees/
    OMG Ruth – time to retire!.

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    • WSB says:

      Agreed, IG.

      As I posted up top. Ginsberg still is sharp, however the entire package no longer has a place as an active Justice on the Court.

      It is an embarrassment to our country and the other justices to muster through this.

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  39. covfefe999 says:

    If anyone is feeling sorry for Ruth, please recall what she said about Trump when he was a candidate. https://www.cnn.com/2016/07/12/politics/justice-ruth-bader-ginsburg-donald-trump-faker/index.html

    Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s well-known candor was on display in her chambers late Monday, when she declined to retreat from her earlier criticism of Donald Trump and even elaborated on it. “He is a faker,” she said of the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, going point by point, as if presenting a legal brief. “He has no consistency about him. He says whatever comes into his head at the moment. He really has an ego. … How has he gotten away with not turning over his tax returns? The press seems to be very gentle with him on that.”

    “I can’t imagine what this place would be — I can’t imagine what the country would be — with Donald Trump as our president,” she had said in the Times interview published Monday.

    There are other comments in addition to these. She hated Trump and she still hates Trump. Don’t feel sorry for her.

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    • wheatietoo says:

      Yup, I remember that.

      Ginsberg should be recused from any cases that pertain to Pres Trump.

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    • Blade says:

      We should not forget that. And she must be pressed to recuse if any Trump related case gets to the court while she is still breathing.

      Her anti-Trump diatribes must be rammed right down her throat when if and 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.

      Just think about the entertainment value of her recusing! The left will go absolutely category 5 nuts. And her recusal would have a positive effect on enemy combatant leftists still burrowed into government positions to shut their yaps ( even though I personally would rather see them chatty and self-identify ).

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  40. Koot Katmando says:

    She certainly looks frail and tired. She did seem to understand the questions and I though she gave a coherent response.

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  41. Keln says:

    My takeaway from this is that she should step down, but that she is still smart enough to recognize that the way the Democrats are acting about Supreme Court nominations is foolish and wrong and not what the Founders intended.

    I am no fan of RBG, but she was good friends with Scalia. Which tells me she has a good character. Not a typical leftist, who would have hated Scalia blindly. Her body is failing her, but her mind is still working, and I suspect she thinks that is good enough. It isn’t and someone close to her needs to tell her.

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    • Deb says:

      I disagree, I think there are female “Sheldons” who are not as emotionally driven as other women. Their temperament is suited to the judiciary, and they should be able to serve just like any other man. Their may be fewer such personality types among women then men, but they do occur and should have the opportunities that men have.

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  42. MIKE says:

    She is woman

    Hear her snore

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  43. Payday says:

    Despite her visible scoliosis, what surprises me is she’s survived so long post pancreatic cancer surgery. I remember hearing media reports long ago (early in the obozo administration) that she had stage 1 pancreatic cancer. If true, statistically, only 20% of such cases are diagnosed stage 1, and only 20% of those survive 5 years. That’s 5% clinical cure rate. And the surgery would be a wipple procedure. The most radical surgery there is. Now I don’t know that this is her history, but if it is, it’s amazing she’s still with us.

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  44. oldschool64 says:

    Obama didn’t understand what “shovel ready” meant. If we’d had this video back then it would have been a “teachable moment”!

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  45. tav says:

    We know that when Victor Frankenstein exclaimed, “It’s alive! It’s alive!”, he certainly wasn’t referring to Ginsberg.

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  46. Blade says:

    Some people are mentioning “Law” in the context of Ginsburg’s tenure. Just a reminder that law has nothing to do with this and is completely 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 tenure 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.

    What will be really interesting if she does retire or die. The current confirmation circus will pale in comparison. President Trump will face a Category 5 hurricane of high pressure to deviate from his appointment list and select a compromise Justice. He MUST stand fast and stay the course. He MUST do what Bush41 did in his greatest act of his presidency against all odds and expectations when he nominated and stood by the great Clarence Thomas to replace the wildly leftist-communist Thurgood Marshall.

    The fight for Ginsburg’s seat will be the leftist battle of the bulge as they pour in everything to save their four enemy combatants on the Court. If Trump stays the course, it would mean an unprecedented five Constitutionalists on the Court simultaneously, at least since the modern era post-FDR when we have normally had just one, two or three ( since Alito ). Justice Kavanaugh would make four ( if he and Gorsuch lives up to expectations ) which is already unprecedented since the 1920’s. Five Constitutionalists means a functioning majority and will absolutely destroy what little is left of the leftist minds.

    [ Saying a little prayer that Ginsburg steps down for the entertainment value alone, and also that I closed all those HTML tags correctly! ]

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  47. “So, looking ahead a little bit…” Lol I would say a very little bit.

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  48. Rodney Plonker says:

    Good grief. Why don’t these people ever think about retiring?

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  49. RedInDeepBluePacNW says:

    Seems like a good personification of the Democratic party in general. Knocking on Death’s door, but trying to fool everyone into thinking that everything’s just fine.

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