Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi (D-Ill.) recently announced that the plan is to have a bust of Ginsburg carted into the Washington, D.C., facility as soon as possible, where it will sit alongside other statues and busts of people like Ulysses S. Grant and Ronald Wilson Reagan.
"As we remember the life and enduring legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, it's also important that we commemorate that legacy across our nation," Krishnamoorthi wrote in a statement.
"As one step in that process, I'll be introducing legislation this week to place a bust of Justice Ginsburg in the Capitol Rotunda in recognition of her contributions to American jurisprudence, the advancement of women, and the broader pursuit of elevating our nation closer to the ideals of our founding documents," he added.
Even though leftists are vehemently anti-statue, as evidenced by their destruction of historical monuments in "protest" of the death of George Floyd, an exception is being made for Ginsburg, whose beliefs and accomplishments match those embraced by the Democrat Party.
"Renowned for her powerful dissents at the Supreme Court, Justice Ginsburg epitomized powerful yet respectful argument; that you can disagree with someone without being disagreeable to them," wrote President Trump in his own proclamation, which further described Ginsburg as a "trailblazer, not only in the field of law but in the history of our country."
In case you somehow missed it, Ginsburg was reported dead on Sept. 18, with media reports claiming that she "peacefully" passed in her Washington home surrounded by family. Since then, she has been elevated to god-like status by the left, which is deeply mourning what they see as a tragic loss.
Ginsburg was a strong proponent of abortion, having stated back in 2009 that Roe v. Wade, which legalized it throughout America, was necessary to address "population growth," and "particularly growth in populations that we don't want to have too many of."
Recognizing that abortion, at least in the United States, has long been about exterminating "human weeds," also known as black people – this according to Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger – we can only conclude that Ginsburg was anti-black.
Beyond this, Ginsburg promoted legalizing sexual relations with children, also known as pedophilia. She decried a legislative bill that prohibits the interstate trafficking of women and children as "offensive," and advocated for legalized abortion even up to the point of birth.
Even so, both the left and the right – at least the establishment right – has nothing but positive things to say about the woman, who supposedly was led by her Jewish faith to hold the positions she promoted right from the bench all these years.
"Our nation has lost a jurist of historic stature," declared Chief Justice John Roberts in a statement. "We at the Supreme Court have lost a cherished colleague. Today, we mourn, but with confidence that future generations will remember Ruth Bader Ginsburg as we knew her – a tireless and resolute champion of justice."
Presidential hopeful Joe Biden also issued a statement – or at least his campaign did – suggesting that Ginsburg was some kind of "American hero" who "stood for all of us" – all of us except for unborn babies and other young children, of course.
"She was an American hero, a giant of legal doctrine, and a relentless voice in the pursuit of that highest American ideal: Equal Justice Under Law," Biden supposedly stated further.
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