Professor says RBG will forever be a hero to many women

The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has created an opening for President Donald Trump to nominate someone to fill her seat in the U.S. Supreme Court. The possibility of a conservative judiciary now worries one Fil-Am professor who says it may cast a shadow over several heated issues that continue to divide America. Lenn Almadin Thornhill reports.

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  • Mario
    23 September 2020 at 11:56 pm - Reply

    Let us STOP whitewashing Justice RB GINSBURG, she was a LENINNIST radical, and Chief Counsel of ACLU when appointed by BILL CLINTON. Pushed Abortion, affirmative Action, using International Law NOT US Law, lowering the age of SEX with minor to 12 yrs old. As an ACLU counsel, she works for this vile anti-American, anti-Family, anti-religion. RIP to 30 million or more innocent BABIES murdered during the decade of RGB defended pro-Abortion Law. She will be remembered in her radical writings at the court. Law Students will study her radical writings, books, and she was interested in Sexual issues, gender identity. The Media does not want you to know about her legal records, how EXTREMIST she was. A reform JEW, that she is not buried within 24 hours, the Democrat will parade her body for several days to gain votes.

    • Arbi
      24 September 2020 at 2:08 pm - Reply

      Mario, you’re a ghoul, who will greedily devour a corpse.