Tucker Carlson on Ginsburg’s Alleged Dying Wish

Tucker Carlson on Ginsburg’s Alleged Dying Wish
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Tucker Carlson didn’t hold back as he rips Democrats on Ginsburg’s alleged dying wish.

On one of his show’s segment’s, the Fox News anchor laid out successive points on the left’s manipulation of RBG’s reportedly last wish.

Carlson, in his strong demeanor, called Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s dying wish “pathetic.” He argued that “life is bigger than politics.” He said he prefers to think RBG spent her last days with her family. “Human concerns, not partisan ones,” said the host.

As with several Americans, Tucker Carlson might have had enough of Democrats’ cries of postponing Ginsburg’s replacement.

“Prominent progressives immediately descended into hysteria and unbridled rage,” Carlson said.

The Democrats insist on waiting until a new President is elected before the nomination of a new SCOTUS Justice. However, President Trump is already on-process of selecting his nominee and is set to announce in the coming days.



On Monday, President Trump even taunted Nancy Pelosi into impeaching him. 

NPR reported that the late SCOTUS Justice allegedly told her granddaughter days before her passing, her “most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.”

Just days before her death, Ginsburg said the statement to her granddaughter Clara Spera as her strength waned, the outlet reported.

According to the report, RBG knew what was to come. Her death would have profound consequences for the country and the court. Inside the court, not only is the liberal wing leader gone, but with a new term about to open, the chief justice would no longer hold the controlling vote in closely contested cases.



“RBG doesn’t get to pick her replacement from her deathbed,” Carlson continued. He argued about the Constitution letters and that we are supposed to defend.

The anchor also pointed if Justice Scalia had said the same, no one would have cared, and we would’ve been embarrassed for him. “On some level, Democrats know all of this. All of this talk about Ginsburg’s dying wish is ridiculous and insulting to all of us in our country, and they will stop soon.”

Carlson concluded that the leftists have an alternative ready argument and one they’ve been using all year: “Do what we want, or we will hurt you. That’s the real argument they’re making.”

Democrats could very well know the impending nomination is a Constitutional obligation of the President. They should thus far let the argument rest, as well as RBG.