Ginsburg, Sotomayer both need to retire

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg needs to retire (she sleeps through SCOTUS public court sessions for the most part), and President Donald J. Trump has remarked that Sonia Sotomayor is in very poor health; in my opinion she should really do the honest thing for the American people and likewise retire. These two are a huge drag on the SCOTUS and are not legitimately serving the American people. Reiterating: they should both retire and allow President Donald J. Trump, perhaps the greatest United States president ever, to appoint two more honest originalist aka: conservative justices off of the Federalist Society list to the SCOTUS.

Additionally, my understanding is that Justice Elena Kagan’s judicial scholarship, while not quite so poor as that of racially insensitive Sotomayer, is still in the unacceptable category and perhaps she might do the American people a big favor and retire from the SCOTUS along with Ginsburg and Sotomayer.

Have no fear anyone about losing female Justices on the SCOTUS; there are several hugely pro-life, pro-Second Amendment, and pro-police all-American “love America first” female legal eagles on the Federalist Society list who could be appointed to replace the adult diaper hat and big-floppy clown shoe wearing trio of far alt-left liberal SCOTUS losers referenced above.

To quote retired police officer aka: “Great One” Mike N. : “Another Great Day for the USA! Thank the Lord for President Trump and Justice Kavanaugh.” All I can say is amen, brother.

RON ADAMIK

Spirit Lake

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