Ruth Bader Ginsburg Death Bed Request is…Extremely Arrogant
Well, there’s no avoiding the elephant in the room, right? We all got the news that Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away over the weekend.
Some are devastated by losing their hero, others are upset that one of the most liberal Supreme Court judges has vanished, and then you have the conservative side of things.
Many on the other side of the political spectrum are relieved that she is gone from the Supreme Court and that President Trump will soon fill this position with a conservative justice that will serve for many years to come.
In fact, that same evening of her passing, Mitch McConnell announced that whoever President Trump nominates for the position would receive a vote from the Senate. That means that as long as that person was deemed acceptable by the Senate Republican Party, they would indeed nominate that individual.
But hold up…according to Notorious RBG’s granddaughter, she had made one final request while on her death bed,
“Just days before her death, as her strength waned, Ginsburg dictated this statement to her granddaughter Clara Spera: ‘My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.’”
The only reason why she is saying that should be painfully obvious. She’s banking that former Vice President Joe Biden is going to win the election and that way they could install another liberal to replace her.
The activist judge had spoken out in the past against President Trump, the Electoral College and the Constitution (see below).
It didn’t take long for leftist radicals like Linda Sarsour to tweet out a “CODE RED” to oppose anyone President Trump might have to replace Ginsburg.
Linda Sarsour: “Lord have mercy. May Ruth Bader Ginsburg Rest In Peace. May we not be in peace until we defeat the fascist in the White House. Mitch McConnell gonna try to push this through. We need to organize. Officially CODE RED.
100% Fed Up