Ginsburg died peacefully, unlike the tens of millions of babies whose violent murder she advocated

Ginsburg died peacefully, unlike the tens of millions of babies whose violent murder she advocated
Image: Ginsburg died peacefully, unlike the tens of millions of babies whose violent murder she advocated

(Natural News) Just 45 days before the 2020 election, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the first Jewish female justice of the Supreme Court, died from “complications of metastatic pancreas cancer,” triggering a wave of weeping and gnashing of teeth among leftists who worshiped her for supposedly being a “champion of justice.” But what about justice for the tens of millions of unborn human lives that were terminated in the womb, thanks to Ginsburg’s aggressive support for abortion?

The pro-death, pro-LGBTQ justice is a long-beloved icon of the far-left who, according to Shannon Bream, “died peacefully” while surrounded by her friends and family. The same, however, cannot be said of the untold millions of innocent babies who under Ginsburg’s rule were violently ripped from their mothers’ wombs and destroyed in the name of “women’s rights.”

Despite supposedly being “passionate about Judaism’s concern for justice” and “shaped in the crucible of its minority status,” Ginsburg was a strong proponent of baby murder, believing unborn human lives to hold no value.

Among many other pro-death positions, Ginsburg voted to strike down a law that would have banned partial-birth abortions in Nebraska, for instance. She also voted to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act back in 2013, after which she became the first Supreme Court justice to officiate a homosexual “wedding” ceremony.

Murdering babies, even when they are fully developed and about to be born, is always a “woman’s right,” according to Ginsburg. She infamously declared that any laws or regulations that have “the purpose or effect of placing a substantial obstacle in the path of a woman seeking an abortion of nonviable fetus’ violate the Constitution,” period.

These and other far-left positions represent the bedrock of today’s Democrat Party, by the way, which is why many are now speculating that leftists will become even more unhinged now that Ginsburg is dead. To learn more, check out the following episode of The Health Ranger Report:

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was also a strong proponent of pedophilia and child rape

Another little-known fact about Ginsburg is that she fully supported pedophilia and child sex abuse, having written in a book she co-authored entitled, Sex Bias in the U.S. Code: A report of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, that the age of consent for sexual activity should be reduced to 12.

Concerning laws specifically related to pedophilia and sexual abuse, Ginsburg openly suggested that the phrase, “carnal knowledge of any female, not his wife, who has not attained the age of 16 years” be “eliminate[d]” and replaced with, “A person is guilty of an offense if he engages in a sexual act with another person .. (and) the other person is, in fact, less than 12 years old.”

Furthermore, Ginsburg also declared the Mann Act to be “offensive.” If you are unfamiliar with it, the Mann Act exists to punish people who engage in the interstate sex trafficking of women and girls.”

“Is it any surprise disgraced former President Bill Clinton nominated and appointed Ruth Bader Ginsburg?” reports Fulcrum News. “The same Bill Clinton that has been caught numerous times on the flight logs to Jeffrey Epstein’s Pedophile Island?”

Amazingly, Ginsburg is also an admitted racist, having stated during a 2009 interview that Roe v. Wade, the infamous case that legalized abortion in America, was necessary to address “population growth,” and “particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.”

“Ginsburg’s subtle racism promoting eugenics against minority communities makes it all the more baffling that Democratic and Progressive voters alike would view her as heroic,” Fulcrum News further reports.

More related news about Ruth Bader Ginsburg can be found at DemonicTimes.com

Sources for this article include:

LifeSiteNews.com

WashingtonPost.com

FulcrumNews.com

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