Liberal film director Michael Moore — who declared that “we are all Muslim” in an emotional rebuke to Donald Trump in 2015 — apparently celebrates Christmas — a holiday for “infidels.” Who knew?
Moore even has a Christmas tree topper that’s a miniature doll of Trump-obstructing Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Gee, that doesn’t sound creepy at all.
“My Christmas Tree Topper this year,” Moore tweeted along with photos of his RBG ornament. “Better than an angel or the star over Bethlehem. A nation of millions stand with you.”
Michael Moore is wishing that Ginsburg, 85, recovers soon after undergoing surgery last week to remove malignant nodules from her lung.
My Christmas Tree Topper this year. Better than an angel or the star over Bethlehem. A nation of millions stand with you… pic.twitter.com/QBDzeqi6Ke
— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) December 22, 2018
Justice Ginsburg — the oldest member of the US Supreme Court — has been plagued with a wide array of health issues over the years.
Despite her failing health, Ginsburg refuses to retire, presumably because she doesn’t want President Trump to appoint another SCOTUS judge.
As BizPac Review reported, Ginsburg stubbornly said she wants to stay on the bench for another five years. Not because she loves her job, but because she apparently wants to spite President Trump.
“I’m now 85,” Ginsburg said in July 2018. “My senior colleague, Justice John Paul Stevens, stepped down when he was 90, so think I have at least five more years.”
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 85, refuses to retire from Supreme Court, tells CNN she'll make it 5 more years https://t.co/NH3UReUqUP
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) July 30, 2018
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was appointed to the Supreme Court in 1994 by Bill Clinton. Ginsburg previously suggested that she would have retired this year if Hillary Clinton had won the presidency.
Ginsburg is now digging in her brittle heels amid liberal hysteria that President Trump will get to appoint three justices to the US Supreme Court when she retires.
Ginsburg self-servingly opposes term limits for Supreme Court judges — a policy many Americans don’t approve of.
“You can’t set term limits, because to do that you’d have to amend the Constitution,” Ginsburg claimed. “We hold our offices during good behavior…And most judges are very well-behaved.”
But is Ruth Bader Ginsburg “well-behaved?” Not really. In July 2016, Ginsburg torched then-candidate Donald Trump, calling him an egotistical “faker.”
“He is a faker,” Ginsburg said in 2016. “He says whatever comes into his head at the moment. He really has an ego.”
With her strident remarks, Ginsburg violated Canon 5 of the Code of Conduct, which states that a federal “judge should not publicly endorse or oppose a candidate for public office.”
Ginsburg was condemned by both liberals and conservatives for being unprofessional, including by the editorial boards of the anti-Trump Washington Post and the leftist, Trump-hating New York Times.
Despite her best efforts, Ginsburg is unlikely to last on the bench for another five years, as evidenced by these highlights from her SCOTUS career.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is now claiming she’ll remain on the bench for another 5 years !
— Dash Riprock 🇺🇸 (@PhilMcCrackin44) July 30, 2018
“Politics, our disappointing new religion.”
Politics, our disappointing new religion. https://t.co/9ZIax3YnFx
— Michael Furnari (@FurnariMichael) December 23, 2018
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