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Ginsburg was picked specifically for her stance on abortion. - Even though they are supposed to

Posted: Nov 8th, 2019 - 7:03 am In Reply to: there's an activist group demanding that Kavanaugh and - Alito recuse themselves from

appoint Supreme Court Justices based on their judicial philosophy and not their politics, President Bill Clinton admitted this past week that he chose Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg due to her steadfast commitment to upholding abortion.

National Review noted that Bill Clinton’s frank admission about how he selected Ginsburg suggests she may have lied during the U.S. Senate confirmation hearing when she said it was inappropriate for anyone to ask how a judicial nominee would rule on a specific case.

“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,” she said. “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’s pro-abortion record on the Supreme Court is well-documented and often goes beyond legal jurisprudence and into ideological statements about sexism and gender politics, such as when she accused her male peers of sexism in the Hobby Lobby ruling.



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