Bill Maher Gives Dems The Hard Truth About Ruth Bader Ginsberg
Dems are upset that Amy Coney Barrett was appointed to the Supreme Court. They hate the idea that the court now has a 6 to 3 ratio that is not in their favor. They were hoping Trump would pass on the chance to appoint another Justice to the Supreme Court although no president would, regardless of the party affiliation. So they have been attacking anyone that thinks appointing Barrett was a good idea, but really there is someone else to blame for this and it's not Trump. Bill Maher actually pointed out that this is all the recently departed Ruth Bader Ginsberg's fault.
Maher appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" where he explained why Ginsberg is to blame for Barrett's appointment.
"...Maher denounced the Democrats for having a “loser” plan to keep the Supreme Court out of Republican hands, noting that Barack Obama had hinted she should retire before the 2016 election.
“The Democratic plan for the Supreme Court was Ruth Bader Ginsburg doesn’t die,” Maher said. “And that’s why they’re such a loser party. I vote for them, but they don’t know how to do politics.”
“Obama did have her over to the office, you know, a few, when he was [still president,] to hint” he said.
“Oh, you think that’s why he had her?” Kimmel asked.
“Of course! We know that’s why,” Maher said. “He wasn’t this sociable kind of guy; there was always a purpose to a meeting with him. So it was just like, ‘Hey, boy, that Supreme Court’s an important place, huh? And you’re getting up in age, ya know.’”
“She should have taken the hint,” he added. “I mean, as great as she was [in] many ways, that really put us in a bad place because, as I keep trying to say on my show, power begets power.”
Maher is right Ginsberg should have retired had she really wanted her seat to be filled by another Liberal. Obama had two terms for her to step down, but instead, she wanted to wait for Hillary. Well as we all know that was a pipe dream. But Ginsberg was 87 this year, Did Dems think she was going to live forever? So if Dems/Libs want to point fingers they can point at the late Ginsberg, while the rest of us thank her for refusing to retire.