While millions clamor to mourn the passing of former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, I celebrate it. On behalf of the millions of human beings who lost their lives to abortion during her tenure and the millions who may now have a chance to live among us as equals, I am relieved.
The primary driver behind Ginsburg’s tainted legacy and her admiration among radical feminists was her willingness to fight for the legal right of mothers to kill their unwanted children through abortion on demand. Her malformed version of feminism was founded on the notion that women must be allowed to destroy the lives of their young to achieve equality with men.
During her Senate confirmation hearings in 1993, Ginsburg made clear her intentions to ensure women could kill their children without restraint.
Ginsburg’s unapologetic defense of abortion is the primary reason for her rock star status among the ‘progressive’ left. Her inability or unwillingness to see the value of every human life solidified her standing among those who place their own selfish desires above the lives of their children.
During an interview with New York Times Magazine, Ginsburg provided some insight into her zeal for abortion by highlighting what she saw as one of its benefits to society.
This sentiment is in perfect alignment with that of Margaret Sanger, an avid racist and eugenicist and founder of Planned Parenthood, America’s premier human slaughterhouse.
While you reflect on the life of feminist icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg, also reflect on the lives of the millions of innocent children she was directly responsible for destroying, including the lives of millions of little American girls.
You don’t have to die on the wrong side of history like Justice Ginsburg did. Even if you supported abortion in the past, it’s never too late to reclaim your humanity by working to restore the human rights of those awaiting their turn at birth.
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