Yesterday at the announcement of her nomination as Supreme Court Justice, Amy Coney Barrett (now called ACB) generously praised Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
She had to for political sake, but RBG didn’t really deserve it.
Fay Voshall at American Thinker writes: “Anyone who watched the lines of people who paid their respects to Ruth Bader Ginsburg as she lay in state at the Supreme Court would have noticed a peculiar atmosphere. The reactions of those filing past her coffin went far beyond ordinary, quiet, and respectful homage to the dead. Women and little girls were kneeling down before her, offering prayerful salutes and shedding tears of grief and rage. Some were almost hysterical.”
This in spite of the fact that RBG was “opposed to everything Christianity once stood for without apology: the sacredness of every human life, the sanctity of marriage, the biological distinctions of the sexes, and the integrity of the Church.”
Phyllis Schlafly said Ginsburg called for the “sex-integration of prisons and reformatories so that conditions of imprisonment, security and housing could be equal” and wanted “sex-integration of Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts” because they “perpetuate stereotyped sex roles.” She even rejected college fraternities and sororities in favor of “college social societies” and wanted Mother’s Day and Father’s Day to be celebrated together.
Voshall writes that “Ginsburg called for reducing the age of consent for sexual acts to people who are ‘less than 12 years old.’ She wrote that laws against ‘bigamists, persons cohabiting with more than one woman, and women cohabiting with a bigamist’ are unconstitutional. Further, prostitution was a consensual act, and the Mann Act was “offensive,” as such acts were to be considered “within the zone of privacy.
“We cannot praise her tenacity as a good thing. Her tenacity and those likeminded have contributed to the deaths of some 60,000,000 innocents.”
Ginsburg’s death even caused one writer to turn to Satan, as a previous entry on this blog shows.
This man has a different view: