Democrats Turn On Ruth Bader Ginsburg For Not Retiring Soon Enough

( After the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the blue-check Leftists on Twitter went on a tear, attacking Mitch McConnell, former President Trump, and every conservative justice on the Supreme Court. But there was one unlikely target for the left’s ire: the late liberal justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Within moments of the Dodd decision being released, leftwing activists, already in a state of near-insanity over the ruling, turned their bile on their former heroine, attacking Ginsburg for refusing to retire from the court back when Barack Obama was still president.

It has long been reported that the Obama administration and others on the Left had tried to get the sleepy, old woman to retire during Obama’s presidency so their favorite Democrat president could nominate a liberal justice to replace her.

But Ruth Bader Ginsburg was made of tougher stuff than the pathetic Stephen Breyer, who was forced into retirement by leftwing activists early this year.

Unlike Breyer, Justice Ginsburg refused to cave to the Left’s demands.

And so long as she was alive, the Left continued to deify “the notorious RBG” as one of their heroes. There was even a market for RBG-related swag, including RBG prayer candles and RBG action figures.

But her death in September 2020 changed everything.

Donald Trump was still in the White House and the Senate was still in the hands of Mitch McConnell. As a result, Ruth Bader Ginsburg wasn’t replaced with another liberal justice; she was replaced with conservative Amy Coney Barrett.

And on Friday, not one angry Leftist on Twitter was going to let RBG forget that her stubbornness led to the defeat of Roe.

The army of Blue-Check Leftists expressed hope that Ginsburg was burning in Hell for her narcissism. And, big surprise here, they attacked her for being white.

One blue-check liberal not only blamed Ginsburg but also Barack Obama for refusing to make a recess appointment to place Merrick Garland on the Supreme Court after Mitch McConnell refused to hold hearings on his nomination.