While the liberal establishment and DC’s Republican bootlickers wail and gnash their teeth over the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, I won’t be among the mourners.
I wish death on no one, but I don’t consider Ruth Bader Ginsburg to be an “icon.” Only if icons are now painted to commemorate a thoroughly evil person would Ginsburg – whose jurisprudence led to the death of millions of unborn children – deserve such hagiography.
As the inimitable Kurt Schlichter put it in a January 2019 column for Townhall:
It’s not her legal legacy, which is an undistinguished mish-mash of liberal goo once you get past some decent work on women’s rights a half century ago. Her legendary status is partly that she’s a leftist, and partly that she’s so tough. She’s become a secular saint to for libs, proving once again that when you reject religion you have to fill up your spiritual void with something.
And so Justice Ginsburg filled the spiritual void of women on the Left with the blood sacrifice of abortion.
Out of Ginsburg’s numerous opinions and dicta enshrining the killing of children as a constitutional right has grown a movement to celebrate or “shout your abortion.” Because in Ginsburg’s world abortion was not the taking of human life, it is a perfectly normal “choice.”
“It is essential to woman’s equality with man that she be the decisionmaker, that her choice be controlling,” Ginsburg told Senators during her four-day confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee. “If you impose restraints that impede her choice, you are disadvantaging her because of her sex.”
And as the vile Far Left abortion website The Lily said, Justice Ginsburg is not dead: Conservative HQ read more