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The Curious Death and Last Wish of Justice Ginsberg

A Death announced just before the Weekend Riot Hours? A curiously stupid “fervent wish” announced by her granddaughter? It’s like watching the Biden automata rolled out of the recharging bay with the BlueTooth charging socket in his heel.

Who knows what she said and when she said it other than the pack of political liars that form the phalanx of her friends and family?

Who really knows when she actually died?

Given the ability of the DemoComms to control news and the news cycle, Ginsberg could have been dead for months and been given the full Lenin’s Tomb waxjob and held at “Ready to Launch.”

UPDATE: Trump casts doubt on Ginsburg statement, wonders if it was written by Schiff, Pelosi or Schumer

President Trump cast doubt in a Monday interview on Fox News that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s dying wish was that her replacement on the Supreme Court not be picked by Trump, saying those words might have been “written by Adam Schiff, Schumer or Pelosi.”

Althouse: Let’s look at Ginsburg’s language: “I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.”

Justice Ginsburg exercised her own will by holding on to the seat despite grave illness, and there was some ability to choose who would take her place, but the force of nature kept her from completing that task. The Constitution gives the appointment power to the President, and a Supreme Court Justice cannot grab that power from him.

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  • ghostsniper September 21, 2020, 11:55 AM

    Who gives a shit what her last wish was?
    Again, everything these rotten assholes come up with is what you would expect from a child.
    Wish in 1 hand and shit in the other and take note which fills first.

  • Jack September 21, 2020, 12:10 PM

    My response: Fuck off, Bitch. Go tell it to the Devil.

  • Ulysses Toole September 21, 2020, 1:07 PM

    It’s a Constitutional Republic not Make A Wish Foundation. So who cares.

  • tim September 21, 2020, 1:37 PM

    It’s complete, there are now literally constitutional scholars who don’t know, or don’t care, what is actually in the constitution.

    There’s a vacancy in the supreme court. it’s not your position to decide how that happens. It’s not your birthright nor is it yours to decide how it gets filled.

    Should’a retired when you had the chance. Life’s a bitch. Bye bye.

  • butch September 21, 2020, 3:05 PM

    Not her fucking seat, not her fucking call.

    If there is any justice in the afterlife, between rogerings with the barbed cock of Satan, she will experience a late term abortion as a fetus for all of eternity.

  • Snakepit Kansas September 21, 2020, 3:11 PM

    Brutal group here. God forgive me for laughing.

    I’m sure she thought Hillary would win and she could retire and leave the nomination to be made by a woman president. WRONG! Couldn’t hold on for Joey. She finally found a glob of cells that she couldn’t kill.

  • Steve in Greensboro September 21, 2020, 3:19 PM

    Can anybody imagine that their last thoughts before meeting their Maker would be political ones? If I were the Gater, I’d be begging Adonai for His forgiveness for having enabled the murder of so many babies. I hope she did, and I hope He granted it, otherwise she is down in Hell for eternity.

    Only the profoundly developmentally disabled (or Democrats, but I repeat myself) believe that these were her last words.

  • jwm September 21, 2020, 5:35 PM

    This just in
    Actual transcript:
    ” But you said… I get a… you said. You said… But where’s my pony? There’s no pony, no pony at all… It’s murky here…”


  • Joe September 21, 2020, 8:01 PM

    Ding Dong the witch is dead……

  • gwbnyc September 22, 2020, 5:41 AM

    I prefer cutting to the chase; short form-

    “The people in hell want ice water, Ruth”

  • Bram September 22, 2020, 6:18 AM

    I don’t believe this crap for a second. If it’s true, that may be the saddest thing I’ve ever heard and she’s truly in hell.

  • Wildman September 22, 2020, 6:23 AM

    Bet her absentee ballot was already filled in and mailed

  • Nobody Atall September 22, 2020, 8:46 AM

    I have watched death by pancreatic cancer, up close and personal. I do not believe that Ginsburg made any kind of grand statement in the last days of her life.

    The last few days of her life, she probably was not conscious at all. the last few weeks, she probably was not thinking of anything other than her family. If a vile and shameless family member tried to prompt her to make a grand statement, she probably did not understand what was being done.

    If she did indeed make such a statement within the last days of her life, it indicates that she was a monster all along.

  • Matt Burchett September 22, 2020, 10:00 AM

    RBG’s death reminded me of a little funny from late August 2009 when Senator Kennedy’s passing was announced on the morning news, a day that happened to be the first day of the new school year. After waking the children I said, “Well kids … bad news is, it’s the first day of school for ya’ll. Good news is, it’s Teddy Kennedy’s first day in Hell.”

  • Bear Claw Chris Lapp September 22, 2020, 10:38 AM

    Nobody Atall is exactly correct. My family member at 52 was comatose for the last 8 days. Ruthie met her maker and I will think but not comment on that outcome. If she asked for forgiveness from our Lord she would receive it but my guess is the clock ran out. Margaret Sanger was evil as is anyone who believes the same. I like to comment to my blue friends about supporting the fetus choppers they get quiet real quick.