Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has finally had enough. She just informed the media about her decision, and it’s spreading like wildfire nationwide.
As calls have erupted from the far-left one again to abolish the Electoral College, Ginsburg has weighed in on the matter. During a recent interview, she said, “It’s largely a dream because our Constitution is … hard to amend.”
“I know that from experience,” she noted, calling back to her days as a political activist. She also said that the push is “more theoretical than real” and people should use their energy for more productive causes.
In the past, Ginsburg has expressed support from abolishing the Electoral College and electing the president through a national popular vote — a move that would destroy our Constitution and erode checks and balances.
So, while Ginsburg is with this radical effort in spirit, even she recognizes that amending the Constitution is nearly impossible. It was intentionally made this way by the Framers to maintain a stable government.
They also recognized that there should be wide-ranging consensus in order to amend the Constitution; it shouldn’t be done as the result of political whims, which are ever-changing and fickle.
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