Not a single picture of her at the event? Combined with a news media that has rock solid reputation of flat out lying?
U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Ginsburg has repeatedly promised to retire when she can no long work at “full steam.” That is clearly NOT going to happen.
For the past six weeks or so, following surgery, she’s been “working from home”, according to the court even though no photos of her have emerged from anyone anywhere.
On Monday, however, she reportedly attended a concert dedicated to Justice Ruth Ginsburg put on by her daughter-in-law at the National Museum of Women in the Arts.
Ruth Ginsburg was the special guest to the concert of a series of songs written about her life by her daughter-in-law and produced by her son.
But the American Mirror points out that in the age of digital cameras, no one apparently documented this historic public appearance by the guest of honor.
“Attendees at the Notorious RBG in Song described Ginsburg as ‘glam,’ and ‘resplendent,’ and ‘magnificent,’ but you’ll have to take their word for it,” the blog said. “In an era when every person is carrying a camera and isn’t afraid to use it, there wasn’t a single snap of the 85-year-old to be found. Every media story that covered her alleged appearance used old file photos.”
One confirmation of her appearance was a tweet by Washington Post contributor David Hagedorn that later was deleted.
“What a delight to see RBG tonight at ‘Notorious RBG in Song,’ written & beautifully performed by her daughter-in-law, Patrice Michaels,” Hagedorn wrote. And then deleted when questions came up.
The event sponsored by the National Constitution Center was intended to pay tribute to Ginsburg’s legal work.
Several reporters “claimed to have spotted Ginsburg,” the blog said.
NPR reporter Nina Totenberg wrote on Twitter, “Spotted at a concert by her daughter-in-law, the notorious RBG out for the first time after her surgery in December!”
But the American Mirror said: “Folks online aren’t buying it, with more than a few pointing out the obvious: Why no pictures?”
Twitter user Edwin Motes wrote, “Well until I see her in a new video or sitting on the SCOTUS hearing cases, I won’t believe the likes of the Washington Post!”
If Ginsburg steps down, the Washington Examiner noted, it would create a crisis for the left.
President Trump already has nominated two conservative justices from his list of judges he considers to be in the mold of the late Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia.
The far-left justice revealed her bias in a Bloomberg News interview when she said it “would not take a large adjustment” for Americans “should the justices say gay marriage is constitutional.”
“How can Ginsburg possibly think that it’s proper judicial conduct for her to speak out on this issue while the marriage case is pending before the court?” asked National Review columnist Ed Whelan. “If she had any sense of her duty to maintain both the appearance and the reality of impartiality, she would recognize that she is now obligated to recuse herself from the case.
“But of course she won’t.” And she didn’t.
Without either of those two votes, the same-sex marriage case would have failed.
She’s also been the subject of discussion of how crazy liberals can be.
It was when a social media statement speculated whether 10,000 people would be willing to die a day early if they could give that time to Supreme Court justice Ruth Ginsburg.
Talk-radio host Rush Limbaugh pointed out that unhinged idea.
“This is beyond ludicrous. This is asinine,” he told his listeners.
The tweet from Roger Simon, the chief political columnist of Politico.
“If it were possible, would you subtract one day off your life and add it to Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s life for one extra day of good health?” he asked.
“If just 10,000 people did this, it would add 27 productive years to her life.”
“Who thinks this way?” Limbaugh asked. “This is illustrative of a certain kind of thinking that is scary, funny, hilarious and quite illuminating at the same time.”
So will this be the last photo we ever see of RBG?
Not a single picture of her at the event? Combined with a news media that has rock solid reputation of lying?
So, to condense the article into one question:
What are the odds that someone as high profile and “in the news” as Ginsberg has been, could make a public appearance at her own personal concert….and not have one person get a picture of her?
I’d say the odds are very very low that no one got a picture…if she was there.
Beyond that, who, more than Ginsberg herself, would not want to have it shown that she was well enough to go to the concert? Seems to me that she would want all kinds of pictures taken. She would want to leave no doubt that she was in attendance.