Colorado radio host says Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s ‘days are numbered’

September 22, 2019

“She knows her days are numbered,” conservative radio host Randy Corporon said of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg this weekend. But there’s some light in the dark news, Corporon added at a “Stand with ICE” (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) rally in Colorado on Saturday.

“[The] court is really going to move the right direction — back toward the Constitution — if [Ginsburg] has to step down,” Corporon said, according to Newsweek.

Trying to live forever

The #StandWithICE rally was held outside the Aurora, Colorado ICE Processing Center, a site that has been targeted several times over the past couple of months by anti-ICE protesters.

The rally was organized by Corporon and conservative pundit Michelle Malkin. For his part, Corporon delivered a brief speech that touched on a number of topics, including Ginsburg’s history and future on the Supreme Court.

“That is one tough lady, though, you’ve got to give her a great deal of credit for hanging in there,” Corporon said of the 86-year-old justice. “I mean, who knows how long she could make it, but she’s not well — she’s, what, Stage 4 pancreatic cancer, I think, was the last round.”

The radio personality went on: “If you saw what Donald Trump is doing on the border, is trying to do to get government out of our health care…just thing after thing after thing — if you were that one super liberal Supreme Court justice, wouldn’t you be trying to live forever?”

Ginsburg hangs on

Ginsburg has to “hang on,” Corporon argues, if Democrats want to keep stretching their interpretation of the Consitution.

“I mean, she’s really gotta try and hang on, because that court is really going to move the right direction — back toward the Constitution — if she has to step down and Donald Trump gets to appoint a new justice,” he said.

Malkin herself posted footage of Corporon’s talk on Twitter:

Liberals don’t want to admit it, but Corporon is correct to point out that Ginsburg won’t be on the high court forever.

If her retirement comes while Trump is in office and Republicans still hold a majority in the Senate, the iconic RBG may just be replaced by a conservative-leaning originalist — much to Dems’ dismay.


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Ben Marquis

Ben Marquis is a staff writer for Conservative Institute.