Charlotte, NC — September 18th marked the one-year anniversary of the death of former Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The justice had been celebrated by the woke left as a champion for their radical cause, until she was not radical enough for them.
That is evidenced by a tweet from the ACLU, who edited Ginsburg’s comments regarding abortion. The ACLU made the tweet, but to appease the woke left, they had to change the reference from women to person.
With Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, we lost a champion for abortion and gender equality. And on the anniversary of her death, the fight to protect abortion access is more urgent than ever. pic.twitter.com/vIKadIHouN
— ACLU (@ACLU) September 18, 2021
Ginsburg’s actual comments were shared by Jesse Singal, who quickly called out the discrepancy in the ACLU’s statement.
2/ Here's the ACLU quoting Ginsburg one year ago. pic.twitter.com/eDnj3F90XX
— Jesse Singal (@jessesingal) September 22, 2021
The radical left, who has claimed they are the side that is championing women’s rights, is no longer concerned with respecting women. A woman is just a person to the radical left now. They want to make out that anyone can choose to bear a child.
But science tells us that such a thing is impossible. A man physically cannot get pregnant and bear a child as God did not design the male body to bear children. But do not dare use science to argue a point with the radical left.
The move by the ACLU has been criticized heavily on social media. It was trending on Twitter on Wednesday evening. Several comments were made regarding how this is attacking women’s rights and is not promoting respect for women.
Others made comments and compared the ACLU’s treatment of women to that of the Taliban.
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