Susan Stamper Brown, In a statement announcing Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death September 18, 2020, Chief Justice John Roberts said, “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.”
Ginsburg was a champion of something, but it wasn’t justice for the unborn. Sure, the left’s superhero was a tireless and relentless liberal judge, but she won’t go down in history as the saint Democrats suggest, far from it. Chief Justice Roberts failed to mention that because of her pro-abortion stance, millions of unborn babies won’t have the opportunity to remember Ginsburg, who fought up until the end for the legal right for mothers to kill their unborn babies.
What an awful legacy to leave behind, let alone carry into the hereafter.
While I’m sorry for her family’s loss, let’s be honest; the crocodile tears flowing down leftists’ faces have little to do with Ginsburg. Democrats mourn because they are about to lose their “insurance policy,” with the Supreme Court set to return to its commonsensical roots of interpreting the law rather than legislating it.
Oh, the agony.
For generations now, activist justices have deliberately muddied the law and found countless ways to shove their non-values down our throats. As I type, Democrats wail like snot-nosed crybabies because they fear Ginsburg’s replacement means overturning Roe v. Wade.
Lies and deceit conceived Roe v. Wade, but that matters little to death cult Democrats who worship at the altar of selfism, believing abortion is an inalienable right they’ll do anything in their power to preserve. Shortly after Ginsburg died, Biden voters called for political terrorism, “burning it all down” — if President Trump and the Republican-controlled Senate perform their constitutional duties to fill the vacant seat.
Ginsburg sang the praises of Roe v. Wade during an Elle fashion magazine interview in 2014, displaying her zealous partisanship and passionate commitment to leftist politics. When asked about retiring, Ginsburg said, “So anybody who thinks that if I step down, Obama could appoint someone like me, they’re misguided. As long as I can do the job full steam…”
And full steam ahead she went until the end, spewing archetypal Democrat double-speak, claiming to fight for the poor and minorities, while simultaneously supporting policies that disenfranchised them.
Ginsburg’s stance on abortion seemed to edge toward eugenics during a New York Times Magazine interview in 2009 while opining about the Hyde Amendment, which prohibits federally funded abortions. Ginsburg said, “Frankly, I had thought that at the time Roe was decided there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”
“That we don’t want to have too many of.” While it’s unclear Ginsburg endorsed Roe’s eugenic motivation, it certainly was an odd thing for a Supreme Court Justice to say during the interview.
Democrats’ abortion movement has deep ties to eugenics with Planned Parenthood and Margaret Sanger. Ron Weddington, the co-counsel in the Roe case, made the relationship quite clear in a letter he wrote to President-elect Bill Clinton, imploring him to rush to market RU-486, the abortion pill.
“(Y)ou can start immediately to eliminate the barely educated, unhealthy and poor segment of our country,” Weddington wrote. “It’s what we all know is true, but we only whisper it…Think of all the poverty, crime and misery…then add 30 million unwanted babies to the scenario. We lost a lot of ground during the Reagan-Bush religious orgy. We don’t have a lot of time left.” Weddington suggested who he had in mind when he wrote, “For every Jesse Jackson who has fought his way out of poverty of a large family, there are millions mired in poverty, drugs and crime.”
NPR reports Ginsburg’s dying request was: “My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.” If that’s true, it means Ginsburg left this world agonizing over politics rather than things which really matter like her family and friends, or where she’d spend eternity. Pitiful.
If true, tears should be shed for a life utterly wasted.
Currently, the left accuses conservatives of dancing on Ginsburg’s grave. Not at all. Sure, we’re dancing, but it’s not on her grave; we’re celebrating that Ginsburg’s replacement will value human life and that the Supreme Court will return to what the Founders intended. After what Democrats did to Brett Kavanaugh, Republicans owe Democrats nothing and must straightaway fill Ginsburg’s empty seat, for the sake of our country and its future, both born and unborn.
Susan is an award-winning columnist who lives in Alaska. She feels safer around the grizzlies which roam her property than the leftists roaming worldwide. She has written for scores of newspapers and media publications across the U.S., including USA Today, Townhall, The Christian Post, GOPUSA, BizPac Review, and Jewish World Review.