Liberal Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg has publicly attacked the Republican presumptive nominee, Donald Trump. Ginsberg said in an interview that she could not imagine what the country would be like after four years of a Trump presidency. She advised Americans that if Trump were elected, they should move to New Zealand. Aren’t judges supposed to keep their noses out of politics and tend to the business of upholding Constitutional law?
Ted Cruz came to Trump’s defense. Cruz has blasted Ginsberg for her attack on Trump, saying that the justice’s comments were inappropriate. Cruz went on to say that she should not be commenting on any presidential candidate. Ginsberg was nominated for the Supreme Court by none other than, President Bill Clinton.
The Federalist Papers Project reports:
Ted Cruz came to Donald Trump’s defense, condemning Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s comments as “obviously inappropriate.”
In several interviews, Ginsberg has called Trump a “faker,” said she would move to New Zealand if he won and said he “can’t imagine” what would happen to the country.
The comments were so inappropriate that even liberal media outlets like the Chicago Tribune and The New York Times blasted the liberal justice’s blatant partisanship.