Ruth Bader Ginsburg Passes Away At 87

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a progressive fixture on the US Supreme Court, passed away on the first day of Rosh Hashana from pancreatic cancer at the age of 87. Ginsburg served on the Supreme Court for 27 years after being nominated to the seat by President Bill Clinton in 1993.

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  1. BDE
    The Court has lost a great & humanistic jurist. And, she certainly will be remembered as such.
    She lived life to the fullest, both personally & professionally, despite debilitating medical issues; especially, in her last few years.
    Blessed be her memory.

  2. Boruch Hashem!! Boruch HaTov V’HaMeitiv!! Thank The Lord that this severely wicked woman — who, in her 27 years on the U.S. Supreme Court promoted and led the court to promote such severely wicked policies — has finally died and is now off of the court!! And, WOW, it occurred ON ROSH HASHANNA, ON THE YOM HADIN, ON THE DAY OF JUDGEMENT, that the real Supreme of Supreme, the Judge of Judges, the King of Kings, the Melech Malchei HaM’lachim, HaKadosh Boruch Hu, the Holy One, Blessed is He, took her off of the human supreme court of the country of the United States of America and completely out of life in this world.

  3. Ginsburg was coronvairused in Jan. 2019 at 86.

    We were right all along that she will OFFICIALLY be dead before elections after the Democrats Swamp will be drained and the nomination for a new judge will go smoothly, unlike what happened when Trump appointed Judge Kavanaugh.

  4. To die Erev Rosh HaShanah means she had another whole year to repent for the millions of unborn children she aborted. These unborn souls would also have had millions of descendants for untold generations to come. She was not forgiven! She did not live to Yom Kippur. What a tragic and wasted life!

  5. Unfortunately she personally abandon the religion of her family and her youth, Conservative Judaism, and with it she abandoned all religion. She had a disdain for religion and did not understand why it is accorded special place in American culture, heritage and constitution. She tried to tear down religious freedom protections for the slightest of reasons. In her mind, any right, as minuscule as it might be, was higher the rights of religion.
    The Sheker of Conservative and Reform Judaism is responsible for this similar anti-religious sentiments among a very large majority of Jews.

  6. Another enemy of authentic Judaism bites the dust. A wicked evil woman she was. She not only supported the murder of babies and the evil same gender wickedness but also voted to keep Polard in jail.

  7. To all those dancing and singing and proclaiming they know what the Ribono Shel Olam wants, does, or plans (I’m looking directly at you Mr. “Let Us Look At The Facts”…) let’s make a few things clear:

    NO ONE knows why she was allowed to live as long as she did, or why she died on a particular date. That knowledge belongs to the Ribono Shel Olam and to Him alone.
    We see her wicked rulings as a judge, her clearly stated opinions against any and all religion and religious beliefs and can oppose those with all our heart and soul.
    We may probably rejoice at her death – but must be careful about it. True, באבוד רשעים רינה – when the wicked are destroyed there is joy – yet we also know that the angels were prevented from singing during Krias Yam Suf since מעשי ידי טובעים בים – G-D’s handiwork were being drowned, and we’re talking about purely evil people who actually had blood on their hands, not just in their quill.
    We also know that יתמו חטאים ולא חוטאים – we daven that the sins will end, not the sinners, for them we pray that they will repent.
    As wicked and evil as she was, she was still a Jewess. Nothing in the world will erase that. ישראל שחטא – ישראל הוא, a Jew remains a Jew even when he/she sins, even grievous sins.

    We can feel relief that such a liberal, amoral voice has been removed from the Supreme Court. We must keep Davening that her replacement be a complete opposite of her. At the same time we should mourn – not her passing, but her life, the misguided paths she took, her rejection of her heritage, and the damage she caused to the moral fabric of this country.

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