RIP Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The Supreme Court has announced the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the age of 87 from complications due to metastatic cancer of the pancreas.  The 2020 election is officially in hyper-drive…

SCOTUS – Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died this evening surrounded by her family at her home in Washington, D.C., due to complications of metastatic pancreas cancer. She was 87 years old.

Justice Ginsburg was appointed to the Supreme Court by President Clinton in 1993. She was the second woman appointed to the Court and served more than 27 years. She is survived by her two children: Jane Carol Ginsburg (George Spera) and James Steven Ginsburg (Patrice Michaels), four grandchildren: Paul Spera (Francesca Toich), Clara Spera (Rory Boyd), Miranda Ginsburg, Abigail Ginsburg, two step-grandchildren: Harjinder Bedi, Satinder Bedi, and one great-grandchild: Lucrezia Spera. Her husband, Martin David Ginsburg, died in 2010.

Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr. said of Justice Ginsburg: “Our Nation has lost a jurist of historic stature. We at the Supreme Court have lost a cherished colleague. Today we mourn, but with confidence that future generations will remember Ruth Bader Ginsburg as we knew her — a tireless and resolute champion of justice.”

Justice Ginsburg was born in Brooklyn, New York, March 15, 1933. She married Martin D. Ginsburg in 1954. She received her B.A. from Cornell University, attended Harvard Law School, and received her LL.B. from Columbia Law School. She served as a law clerk to the Honorable Edmund L. Palmieri, Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, from 1959–1961.

From 1961–1963, she was a research associate and then associate director of the Columbia Law School Project on International Procedure. She was a Professor of Law at Rutgers University School of Law from 1963–1972, and Columbia Law School from 1972–1980, and a fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences in Stanford, California from 1977–1978. In 1971, she was instrumental in launching the Women’s Rights Project of the American Civil Liberties Union, and served as the ACLU’s General Counsel from 1973–1980, and on the National Board of Directors from 1974–1980. She was appointed a Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in 1980. During her more than 40 years as a Judge and a Justice, she was served by 159 law clerks.

While on the Court, the Justice authored My Own Words (2016), a compilation of her speeches and writings.

A private interment service will be held at Arlington National Cemetery. (link)

 

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1,328 Responses to RIP Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

  1. jengancworld says:

    I wonder if tonight’s events will cause Dunham’s release of anything to be delayed whether good or bad?

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  2. Jason Ross says:

    Golly, the news cycle is moving quickly tonight. Looking most likely a vote will happen before the election.

    Has me wondering if this was indeed a Hail Mary that will not work to resurrect DEM enthusiasm. Might they try to make Biden step down next to illicit sympathy?

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    • delighteddeplorable says:

      Desperate times call for desperate measures and if there’s one thing Dims are, it’s desperate. Gonna need more popcorn.

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    • Rowdyone says:

      If the Turtle doesn’t have the votes and a new justice is not confirmed before 11/3 and the court is 4-4 on 11/4 will the Senate proceed anyway? Theoretically they have until 1/20/21 to confirm.

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  3. scotsamurai says:

    It is urgent that the Senate seat her replacement before the “election” since the outcome will almost certainly involve at least one Supreme Court emergency hearing and we cannot have a 4-4 split.

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    • Harvey Lipschitz says:

      6 months on Schumer time. He wants Biden to win and Dems win Senate. Odds are a stretch.
      4-4 split. It also impacts the vote on hearing or not hearing cases.

      (Does Sullivan vs Flynn have a chance without Ginsberg and Roberts both?)

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    • Joshua2415 says:

      Win or lose, Donald Trump is POTUS, and the republicans control the senate, until January 2021. I know POTUS will do his job. Senate republicans……???

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      • David Murphy says:

        Yeah,I worry about them. Note how Mirkowski has already said she wouldn’t vote for a nominee…a day before RBG passed. I don’t trust the likes of Graham and Romney as well. As for McConnell, he’s up for election, so he’ll probably bring for a vote knowing it won’t pass…

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      • David Murphy says:

        Yeah,I worry about them. Note how Mirkowski has already said she wouldn’t vote for a nominee…a day before RBG passed. I don’t trust the likes of Graham and Romney as well. As for McConnell, he’s up for election, so he’ll probably bring for a vote knowing it won’t pass…

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      • David Murphy says:

        Yeah,I worry about them. Note how Mirkowski has already said she wouldn’t vote for a nominee…a day before RBG passed. I don’t trust the likes of Graham and Romney as well. As for McConnell, he’s up for election, so he’ll probably bring for a vote knowing it won’t pass…

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        • joebkonobi says:

          Unfortunately that is probably the play. Only four repub senators needed to defeat. They will be Murkowski, Romney, Collins, and ?? (take your pick). Repubs are a circular firing squad. I somewhat trust McConnell will try but is it possible in 45 days with Senate rules? Dems will use every excuse to stall. Gonna get very ugly!

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        • Linda K. says:

          No, David, Mitch plays for keeps. If he brings up the vote, it will pass.

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          • mikeyboo says:

            And then the riots will begin in earnest!!!!

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            • powderdayrules says:

              Just in the bluest areas/cities will they riot, everyone else already has enough ammunition, I hope, to keep loved ones safe. Fill the ammo locker, you may have friends in need who don’t prepare to save their families. Here in Massachusetts we can’t buy ammo from out of state, and it’s in short supply for some calibers, just sayin’.

              I’m 65 and remember the Watts riots and how some areas weren’t torched due to rooftop riflemen shooting back. I never thought we would get back to that but we have to be ready to hold our own if necessary.

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  4. scotsamurai says:

    It is urgent that the Senate seat her replacement before the “election” since the outcome will almost certainly involve at least one Supreme Court emergency hearing and we cannot have a 4-4 split.

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  5. furtive says:

    Prepare:
    Violent riots commence in DC & likely other state Capitols tomorrow

    “ Starting tomorrow September 17, let’s summon the revolutionary sweetness that was our calling card in Zuccotti Park and electrify the 50 days leading up to November 3.

    On street corners and in front of federal buildings of every town and city, and in front of the White House, let’s start playing non-violent improv jazz in defiance of Trump’s tyranny.

    Bring your horn, find a comrade, and strike up a riff. As the music swells, the air above the entire nation will become steeped in the deep blue revolutionary hue of collaborative, organic, improvised jazz.

    Our 50-day blast of impassioned jazz could change the outcome of the election.

    And this election could change the shape of America.

    With hearts stirring and history watching, let’s #ReOccupy.”

    https://www.adbusters.org/

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  6. JaimeInTexas says:

    Flag at half mast. Check.
    Silouette of a cross …
    ah, was she not a Jew?
    The tens of thousands of aborted babies cry out to God.

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  7. patti says:

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  8. albertus magnus says:

    People let their fears and desire to mess with people’s minds cloud their judgement.

    PDJT is going to appoint a prolife, conservative;
    Whatever you think of him, McConnell has been 100% on conservative judges during his tenure AND that includes getting PDJT’s nominees through;
    PDJT is going to nominate someone before the election….brings the lukewarm GOPers back into line and handcuffs the neverTrumpers.

    Those are GUARANTEED.

    Now, the politics of the moment indicate that the brilliant POLITICAL move is to nominate a prolife, conservative, BLACK WOMAN, if there is one who has been vetted.

    HOW will Sleepy Joe and the DEMS attach PDJT for being racist when he will have nominated the FIRST AA woman for the SCOTUS? Your protestations aside, this will help keep the moderate GOPers in line plus sure up his higher than any-other-GOP president’s percentage of the AA vote. Darell Scott said today he is going to get 25%, I think that is high but if he gets 15% along with his higher than any GOP president’s support with the Latino population and the moderate GOPers staying with him, PDJT will MURDER Biden in the electoral college.

    The vote on the confirmation may not happen until after the election but he will make it through Graham’s committee.

    Watch and see.

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  9. NurseSusy says:

    So the President she was on death bed. Explains why suddenly his revised list of SCOTUS picks was released Sept 9. I wondered why it came up in the news cycle.

    I say nominate & confirm ASAP!

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  10. NurseSusy says:

    So the President she was on death bed. Explains why suddenly his revised list of SCOTUS picks was released Sept 9. I wondered why it came up in the news cycle.

    I say nominate & confirm ASAP!

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  11. ohnoyoudonot says:

    I asked @realDonaldTrump about a #SCOTUS vacancy on 8/11:

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  12. stillwater66 says:

    If Amy Coney Barrett is up to the fight, then I believe President Trump should go ahead with the process. Put the pressure on the Republicans to get off their sanctimonious asses and get the job done. Hit the Democrats from all fronts, stress them out, cause their heads to explode, help them over the edge. I agree with some of the comments above, why wait till after the election? Any Republican that drags his, or her feet should be called out, and publicly shamed for letting the people down, being derelict in their duty, and a disgrace to the Party. It is way pass time these gutless Republican politicians felt some real heat, the kind of heat President Trump has felt for four years, along with getting stabbed in the back. President Trump should NOT show any sympathy to these RINOs, but go waist deep in their ass. The President is the head of the Republican Party, and it is way past time for him to jerk a knot in these insubordinates, and get the Party unified, and focused on his agenda, NOT theirs. Unfortunately Senate leadership are traitors, and serve a foreign Government, China. That will make President Trump`s job harder, but not impossible.

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  13. Pinot Noir says:

    The servicemen and women in Arlington will not be impressed with the “new arrival”.

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  14. Chad C. Mulligan says:

    “I’ve never wished a man dead, but I have read some obituaries with great pleasure.” Mark Twain.

    Liked by 21 people

  15. Robert Smith says:

    Now would be a good time to reflect if Hilarious Clinton had been elected President.

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  16. thedoc00 says:

    Ginsberg is the one who put in place the demand that a decision be required. Completely set aside her voting record with the court as well as her judicial beliefs. In 2016, she publicly endorsed Clinton and insulted the President. She made it know she was holding on to spite the President and no other reason. For the past 4 years this judge has been an actual insult, even beyond Justice Roberts to the courts for allowing her personal animus and politics to come before service to the constitution.

    Schumer’s actions demand a decision be made. In 2017, he specifically stated no compromise, only resistance before the President was inaugurated. His party and himself has specifically stated, today no compromise and nuclear option.

    The DNC at the behest oft their Wall Street puppet masters has put the nation on a path to a totalitarian system of government to ensure control by their puppet masters.

    McConnell knows the survival of even his collaborationist Uni-Party GOPe fact is at stake as the House Democrats made very clear the total destruction of the GOP is planned for enabling the President and resisting them.

    Let’s see how far the GOPe is willing to go in collaborating with the DNC and the puppet masters.

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  17. dustahl says:

    Politically, in my opinion, great news for Trump and Republican Congress.
    If any Republican Senator or House does not vote for Trump’s pick, they are toast.
    I was surprised how cowardly the ” conservatives in the Washington bubble were, afraid of what might happen. so pathetic.

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    • WRB says:

      If any Republican Senator or House does not vote for Trump’s pick…

      Something is wrong with your understanding.

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    • GB Bari says:

      Dustahl, Article II, Section 2, Clause 2 of the United States Constitution, known as the Appointments Clause, empowers the President to nominate and, with the confirmation (advice and consent) of the United States Senate, to appoint public officials, including justices of the Supreme Court.

      The House does not have any say in selection or confirmation of SCOTUS justices.

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  18. TreeClimber says:

    and one great-grandchild: Lucrezia Spera.

    Lucrezia? Like… the Borgia?

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    • swissik says:

      Lucrezia is used by Spanish people also. I know a Mexican immigrant named Lucrezia, so lay off the speculation about Borgia. Besides not all Borgias were cruel people.

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      • TreeClimber says:

        Fair enough. I don’t have European friends, so I didn’t know. The only context in which I’d ever heard the name was in context of the infamous Lucrezia Borgia.

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  19. Wethal says:

    Consider the irony. The Dems planned on using lawfare to help them steal the election, and knew a few cases might end up before SCOTUS. Now they have to argue that it isn’t necessary to have a full court for some of the most important decisions in our nation’s history.

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  20. logboom says:

    Emmett Sullivan 🙂

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  21. leavemygunsalone says:

    Personally, I am relieved she has finally passed, at least publicly. I have always resented that a person in such ill health be allowed to remain at their post to make decisions that affect millions of American lives. We are in for the roughest ride of our lifetime. Stay alert, vote early, and pray.

    Liked by 7 people

    • TonyEuropa says:

      Vote early, vote often.. 😉

      Liked by 1 person

      • leavemygunsalone says:

        Va had people waiting in line for 3 hours today, imagine what election day will be like. A friend of mine has been out of sorts waiting for today to arrive so she could go vote for Trump. My hope that today was mostly Trumplicans trying to fight the vote by mail nonsense. Some people are afraid if they will until Nov 3 they won’t get to vote at all due to violence or some other disaster. 2020 will not be like any other election in the history of America.

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  22. MAGADJT says:

    Can’t wait for the flash polls tomorrow telling us that out of 1,000,000 respondents, Americans are 95% opposed to a SCOTUS nomination before the election, 2% in favor, 3% unsure.

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  23. Bogeyfree says:

    So should we get ready for the SSCI Deal?

    Either PT’s nominee goes through or SSA Dugan’s surveillance report on the CP FISA Leak that may or may not have info on possibly some senators gets declassified?

    Just thinking how DC might play their games.

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    • Charles Dodgson says:

      Excellent take. It’s hard for a normal person to think like a swamp rat, but you are dead on.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Baby Hurley says:

      Indeed, advantage PDJT!
      This is excellent timing…bordering on divine going into this election. Making a quick nomination will drag McConnell out of hiding and back in front of the media for a daily grilling on confirmation proceedings.
      When the dems try and contest the election results, McConnell will be front and center. Does he really want that? Or will he get in front of it by calling out the shenanigans before it’s too late?

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  24. oldersoul says:

    And … guess who has to come off the campaign trail for the confirmation hearings?

    Winning in every direction tonight.

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  25. Eric says:

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  26. Billy Reuben says:

    Hades must be roaring tonight with the addition of that Marxist mummy. May she and McTumor torment each other until Romney joins them

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  27. Raquel says:

    God, in His infinite wisdom, knows how to expose the secrets of the hearts of mankind. There is a divine reason for the timing of this death. I marvel at how much has been exposed, how the dregs are being brought to light like never before. The enemy’s camouflage is being stripped off, and we are able to see which side of the great divide each and every person is standing on. And we, each of us, are given the opportunity to stand with what is righteous. It is a marvelous sight and I thank God that He is in control now. The tares are being separated from the wheat. God is indeed God and there is no other!

    Liked by 15 people

    • NICCO says:

      Amen ,The almighty God is in control completely,in Jesus Christ precious name.

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    • ohnoyoudonot says:

      Just a few days ago, the Jewish state of Israel signs historic peace deal in Washington DC. RBG dies tonight in Washington DC on Rosh Hashanah.

      Rosh Hashanah. Began at sunset of Friday, September 18, 2020 Ends nightfall of Sunday, September 20, 2020. No work is permitted. Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year.

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  28. sunnyflower5 says:

    President Trump’s reaction was very moving upon hearing of RBG’s death. https://twitter.com/TeamTrump/status/1307131290714603520?s=20

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  29. jus wundrin says:

    Please Lord forgive me, and sorry SD, but the American flag and the cross should be replaced with the darkest of dark flags and a millstone to represent what this woman did with her life during her very brief time on earth. I shall say no more.

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  30. FPCHmom says:

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  31. Joshua2415 says:

    Looking forward to congressional democrats arguing to respect “The Biden Rule”

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  32. Deplorable_Vespucciland says:

    RIP Justice Ginsburg.
    Now, there is no need to rush and nominate a replacement for her position on the high court. That can wait until after the election. The Senate will have plenty of time (Nov.4 – Jan. 1) to confirm whomever President Trump puts forward.
    And, there is no absolute need to have nine members on the court. In the interim any critical ruling minus her leftist vote should theoretically end up with a 5 – 3 decision. If she wanted to have been replaced by another leftist, guaranteed, she could have stepped down 10 years ago and let Barack Obama and Harry Reid carry on her position.
    She lost control of her legacy going forward. It was her choice.

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  33. jello333 says:

    And… just like that, Mitch McConnell becomes the second most important person in the country.

    Liked by 8 people

    • Drogers says:

      He hasn’t been shy in saying he likes that a lot of his legacy will be based on his efforts to place conservatives in open seats of the federal judiciary.

      I think he’s the right man at the right time to swing the Supreme Court into the conservative column … critically, before the election.

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      • jello333 says:

        Yeah, I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if he and Trump haven’t already sat down to discuss “the list”. Out of the 20 or so, Trump has it narrowed down to 3 or 4 and then — if Mitch can guarantee the vote — lets HIM chose which of those final 3 or 4 it’ll be.

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    • noswamp says:

      McConnell and Lindsey have to play ball, they are up for re-election.

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  34. TonyEuropa says:

    I took a peak at cnn.com ‘s front page.

    They are freaking out. Trying to set the narrative of no replacement before the election.

    Unfortunately for the Progressives, they’ve overplayed their hand. As Ted Cruz pointed out, we can not have a split SCOTUS with all of the lawfare the Progressives are using now and are threatening to use.

    The point is that the SCOTUS has to be full up.

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  35. Papoose2007 says:

    Insofar as the possible insurrection, please be clear.
    The War of the States, the Civil War is cannot be compared with the 21st C Helter Skelter, the Race War brought to you by the DNC. The cops acted stupidly. If I had a son, he’d be that thug, Trayvon… that gentle giant that just robbed and assaulted the Asian storekeeper that tried to get the responding Officers gun, EFFIN ETC >>

    Read the former First Lady’s Princeton ‘s Thesis … I read it when it was available. 99 Pages to 1200 People with 400 response…she sent out postcards. “thus” was her word in almost every
    sentence… Anti-White American Militant. Her father was the Ward Chairman and she grew up among the Jessie Jackson family.

    https://nationalvanguard.org/2016/08/what-a-joke-michelle-robinson-obamas-ba-thesis/

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  36. jengancworld says:

    Trying not to be funny here but have they woken up Biden yet to read his staff’s message on Ruthie to the press?

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  37. Fromseatoshinningsea says:

    I perceive the timing of her passing and the prospect of a Trump nomination on the cusp of the cheating and fraud that will be committed by those seeking to overthrow our system of governance to be an act of God akin to General Washington escaping NY.

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  38. qcbombora says:

    “I’ve never wished a person dead, but I have read some obituaries with great pleasure.”

    – Mark Twain

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  39. sunnyflower5 says:

    “Trail blazing” for SOME women…..

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  40. 4sure says:

    Immediately nominate a far left liberal. The dems. will then not call for delay.

    They will be behind the Senate calling for the vote. Give them and the fake media a couple of weeks to hang themselves, and then withdraw the nomination and immediately nominate a far left conservative. The dems and media will then go bat chit crazy and we have exposed them as totally partisan. Their only excuse will then be the nominee is too conservative. That will further expose their hypocrisy because they had no problem supporting a far leftist.

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  41. kleen says:

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  42. Rongordo says:

    RIP RBG. That said, let’s get someone nominated and in the hot seat. Dems won’t be able to help themselves as they insult and project their way into an ever deeper hole of public resentment on the eve of a Presidential election. Never let a crisis go to waste.

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  43. Skidroe says:

    GOD works in very strange ways. We know! GOD knows! All conservatives know! Get’er done in one week!

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  44. Summer says:

    Is it okay to confess that I am not exactly heart-broken? I would have been a lot more sympathetic had she retired with dignity due to her advanced age and serious health issues. But no, that lady had to pretend that she was cancer-free and in a good enough shape to outlive President Trump. It was all politics for her and her allies. Elderly abuse is what the left is all about but she was more than happy to play along, just like Biden, and that’s just wrong.

    Let’s see if PDJT nominates someone (hopefully, a young male and NOT catholic) after the funeral. In 2016, Obama nominated a liberal guy to fill Justice Scalia’s seat. Leader McConnell is the only reason we have Gorsuch instead because he firmly told Obama NO due to their so-called “election year” unwritten rule.
    Democrats screamed for months. One of the reasons they hate Turtle so much.

    Obama was not running for re-election, though, but Trump is. A slightly different situation. And McConnell himself is on the ballot this time. So, hard to predict what he would do.

    Interestingly enough, Trump just announced his updated list. I bet he knew what was going on with Ruth. Perhaps she was already dead or mostly dead (on life support) at that time. We shall know in a week. Democrats would boycott the nomination process anyway.

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  45. jello333 says:

    Hey, we can all wait a few days to give our opinions of RBG the SC Justice, can’t we. For today, why not just think of her as an old lady who had been suffering for a long time with a terrible disease, who despite that had tried to keep on working. Who gave up on the chance to have a long, happy retirement. There are no doubt some little kids in her extended family who think of her as nothing more or less than a loving old lady. So just for today, let’s think about that.

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  46. sunnyflower5 says:

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  47. Magabear says:

    This has to be the fastest 750 comments on CTH history! 😄

    Lots of conspiracy theories running wild here. Everything that happens in life isn’t because of politics. She was ill and happened to die within 60 days of an election. It can happen. Demonrats will turn it into political theater because they turn everything into political theater. Who knows what the GOP will do.

    As for RBG’s passing super motivating the left to vote in November, I think their TDS is already full blown. The issues most at risk right now are the potential loss of 1st and 2nd amendment rights and in todays environment, this gives PDJT the better case to make in picking the next justice.

    In the political world 20 or 30 years ago when there was at least some decency shown by some democrats, I would be against trying to ram thru a nominee this close to an election. But we all know that if the dimms had the Presidency and Senate right now, that’s exactly what they would do. So if the votes are there, may as well give it a go.

    That being said, I highly doubt 51 or even 50 GOP Senate votes will be their to confirm a new Justice. Dilecto and Murkowski would be two right off the top and Collins will likely take the “not until after the election” stance being she’s in a tough race. I doubt the Turtle will put any of his vulnerable members up for reelection in a spot to take that vote. Hope I’m wrong.

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    • TrumpPatriot says:

      I think Collins is really between the rock and hard place now! She is a REP. If she screws up now she can definitely kiss that seat goodbye

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  48. Tess from Philly says:

    Any chance the Dem Senators from West Virginia and Alabama would vote for the nominee? Voting against would be the kiss of death for Doug Jones’s Senate career, wouldn’t it? Manchin isn’t up for re-election until 2022 but still I think there’s a chance. Assuming the election will come down to the Supreme Court, can Manchin really take the risk of ticking off Trump’s many fans in West Va?

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  49. Harvey Lipschitz says:

    Poor Ruthie. She was on lockdown house arrest most of the last 2 years. Outside of court, she hung out a lot with Justice Scalia.
    Will this funeral ordeal be almost as extensive as George Floyd?

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  50. Loralie C says:

    May she Rest In Peace. I disagreed with her ideology and her lack of neutrality as a Justice of the Supreme Court. Nonetheless, she was beautifully and wonderfully created by God and her eternity is in his hands now, and not mine to judge or to speculate.

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    • Gigi the Old says:

      Loralee:
      The only way anyone can go to Heaven is if they repent of their sin and receive Jesus Christ as their Savior while they are alive. Once we are dead our fate is sealed. No second chance.
      It seems RBG was an un repenting unbeliever and so the destination of her eternal soul is not Heaven,
      Just stating a Biblical truth that you rarely hear anymore even at funerals

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