The PC Racism of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

When I have argued with pro-abortion friends and acquaintances, almost invariably, someone will say “I support abortion, otherwise we would be outbred by the undesirables” or sometimes, they will be more to the point and say “blacks” instead of undesirables, knowing that blacks have a hugely disproportionate number of abortions. But even I was surprised to hear it coming from a Supreme Court Justice.

Ginsburg: Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.

This from a woman who never hired a black employee while practicing law in a majority minority city, who must know that blacks have a disproportionate number of abortions.

Imagine if Scalia or Roberts or Alito had said “We don’t want too many blacks.”

Ruth Bader Ginsburg thinks there's too many of you.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg thinks there's too many of you.

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7 responses to “The PC Racism of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

  1. Pinandpuller

    That’s what Margaret Sanger was all about-getting rid of the “dysgenic” races.

  2. saynsumthn

    Hey – if you think that was shocking – watch MAAFA21. This new documentary exposes abortion and racism all the way up to top leaders of the US Government. President Nixon’a audio is played in the film saying that the reason people want is abortion is because they do not want all those “little black bastards”. – The film is loaded with documentation, frankly I have no idea how they got it all. It is stunning to see how the African American Community was the main target and to hear early civil rights leaders try to warn the black community about the racist and genocidal effects of abortion. watch a short clip here: http://www.maafa21.com

  3. Maybe Sanger and Ginsburg went to school together or something; they same about the same age…

  4. Correction: The seem about the same age.

  5. The Doktor

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg once came to my door and demanded that I give her tree-fiddy so she could buy some ribbed condoms.

    True story.

    Doktor Whitey
    😎

  6. Cylar

    Ginsburg: Frankly I had thought that at the time Roe was decided, there was concern about population growth and particularly growth in populations that we don’t want to have too many of.

    What you mean we, bitch? Some of us don’t presume to have the moral authority to decide, on God’s behalf, what “we” should and shouldn’t have “too much of.”

    Disgusting.

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