Ruth Bader Ginsburg is the leader of the Supreme Court’s liberal justices.
But her career may be coming to an end.
And that’s because Ruth Bader Ginsburg could be thrown off the Supreme Court because of one lie.
Former President Bill Clinton and Ruth Bader Ginsburg appeared at an event at Georgetown University Law School where the two touched on a variety of topics in front of a friendly audience.
The conversation took an interesting turn when Clinton and Ginsburg began reminiscing about Ginsburg’s 1993 confirmation to the Supreme Court.
Clinton told the crowd that Ginsburg “knew this perfectly well, that I was under a lot of pressure to make sure I appointed someone who was simon-pure, which I had said I thought was important. But I was fascinated by a—either an article I had read or something I had read on Justice Ginsburg saying that she supported the result in Roe v. Wade but thought Justice Blackmun should have decided the case on the equal protection clause not the right to privacy. And I asked her the question and she talked about it just as if it was any other issue, no affect: ‘This is what I think, this is why I think it,’ and she made a heck of a case.”
But as Ed Whelan noted in National Review, this comment stands in stark contrast to her sworn statement before the Senate in 1993.
Whelan wrote that in response to a Senate question as to if Ginsburg discussed any specific case with a member of the White House or Justice Department, Ginsburg wrote:
It is inappropriate, in my judgment, to seek from any nominee for judicial office assurance on how that individual would rule in a future case. That judgment was shared by those involved in the process of selecting me. No such person discussed with me any specific case, legal issue or question in a manner that could reasonably be interpreted as seeking any express or implied assurances concerning my position on such case, issue, or question.
Ginsburg clearly lied to the Senate under oath in sworn testimony.
Democrat activists have spent a year agitating to impeach Brett Kavanaugh based on farcical claims that Kavanaugh lied to the Senate during his confirmation hearings about his high school drinking or what inside jokes in his yearbook meant.
Those nonsense claims were quickly dismissed.
But Clinton and Ginsburg, based on their on the record statements, laid out a clear-cut case that Ginsburg committed perjury.
If a Republican justice admitted to a 26-year-old act of perjury, the fake and corrupt news media would brand them a criminal and try to whip up public support for impeachment.
Ginsburg – however – is a hero on the left.
To many fake news reporters, Ginsburg is the “Notorious R.B.G.” and a pro-abortion icon.
So, these so-called “reporters” will ignore her lies.
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