The People in this Room give me hope

Ginsburg predicts historians will call this political era an 'aberration'

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg offered her thoughts Thursday on how historians will view this period of American history.
"An aberration," the 86-year-old justice said when the question was posed to her at an event hosted by Amherst College, the Boston Globe reported.
The event's moderator, Amherst College President Carolyn Martin, asked several other political questions of Ginsburg, who sidestepped controversial topics like the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
Instead, she spoke about broader aspects of political life in America today.
“The people in this room gives me hope," Ginsburg replied when Martin asked her what she thinks will fix the divisions in the U.S.
Ginsburg also said she believes that the protection of freedom of expression is going well.

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The USA has never been anything but an Oligarchy and a criminal enterprise from its very beginning. Currently in illegal possession of more than 60% of its geographic territory as a result of abrogating its treaties (with the 1885 'Seven Major Crimes Act') with the Native People who had been on the continent for more than 20 thousand years before the Americans invented themselves. Founded upon gross hypocrisy and based upon genocide, while powered by slavery the Americans have had 243 years and more than 8 generations to become what they promote themselves to be; but instead they have been rewarded with a raging fool as their "Commander in Chief", who was placed there by the "Electoral College" a 'holdover' from the 18th century. If ANYTHING the USA will be a clear warning to humanity for the future: as a complete negative example. -


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