She did not sit in the Ruth Bader Ginsburg seat on the Supreme Court until after the inauguration in 2021
She did not sit in the Ruth Bader Ginsburg seat on the Supreme Court until after the inauguration in 2021

The dying hope of Ruth Bader Ginsburg was not to fill her seat on the Supreme Court before a new president was appointed. She is an advocate of gender equality, rooted in equity for all, among other things. Less than 50 days before the election and vote, it is important to ask all senators to pledge not to go ahead with a candidate before the next inauguration.

Why is this important?
Every member of the Senate from all political parties is supposed to acknowledge the danger they show to fill Ginsburg's place near Election Day, and this is the most important thing.

We all remember that Mitch McConnell stopped President Obama's nomination to nominate Merrick Garland 237 days before the 2016 election. The 2020 elections began, and many states began voting for Trump Republicans and the Senate, this is unjustified hypocrisy and unfair behavior, and there is no nomination.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg has dedicated her life to protecting women's rights and advocating for justice for those whose political institutions refuse to vote.

Trump - who lost millions of people's votes - should not be allowed to dismantle the American judiciary.

Many Republican senators have publicly promised that if there was a vacancy on this subsequent date, they would not promote the nomination. We must respect the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, demand that every politician be held accountable to the most basic standards of fairness, and ask them not to make any new appointments.

He lived until the United States Supreme Court until all votes had been counted and the inauguration was complete.


Tweeters launched the hashtag #RIPRBG

Harvard Law School accepted 500 students in 1956.
 Only 9 women were allowed in.
 
 She was a foot shorter than everyone else in the room. But it is ten feet high in the eyes of history. He lived until the United States Supreme Court until all votes had been counted and the inauguration was complete.


Tweets on Twitter from the tweeters and he said about him

Harvard Law School accepted 500 students in 1956.

 Only 9 women were allowed in.

She was a foot shorter than everyone else in the room. But it is ten feet high in the eyes of history. #RIPRBG
 
 In 1956, the dean of Harvard Law School invited all nine women his school had allowed in to dinner.

 RBG asked, "Why are you in Harvard Law School, taking the place of a man?"
 
 After RBG graduated at the top of her chapter of Columbia Law, she applied for a clerk position on the Supreme Court. She was the most eligible person that year.

 But she refused because she was a woman.
  After 33 years, she became the second woman ever to serve as a judge in SC.

She moved because of her husband's work. However, he was its champion when it came to the SCOTUS seat. He called for all political interests and chanted for them. He appreciated her brilliance and appreciated him.
  
  According to Jewish tradition, a person who dies on the New Year is known as a tzaddik - a good person. The new year has begun tonight.

 Thank you, Judge Ginsberg, for your lifelong advocacy for us humans.