She Was Right the First Time

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, recall, commented on NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick’s kneeling when our national anthem was played before the start of San Francisco 49ers games, saying that Kaepernick and his ilk have the right to protest but that it’s “dumb and disrespectful.”

Now she’s apologizing for saying that, even though she’s done nothing here that wants an apology.  She’s doing so, too, just a short time after she expressed her contempt for Republican Party Presidential candidate Donald Trump, thereby irrevocably demonstrating her prejudice and the fact that she’d prejudged any case that might come before the Court from a Trump administration.

This is another Supreme Court vacancy waiting to happen, and not too long into the next administration.

1 thought on “She Was Right the First Time

  1. She is acting like my cat. All day long I let it in, then it changes its mind, and wants out…… In, then out, in, then out. Ad Naseum.

    She is indecisive.
    Not a good quality for a Supreme Court Justice.

    Another saying from my deceased wife comes to mind as well.

    “Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak and to remove all doubt.”

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