News is spreading nationwide about a Supreme Court scandal. It just erupted before our very eyes, and she is finally busted. There is nothing she can do to escape scrutiny now.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been awarded the 2019 Berggruen Prize for Philosophy & Culture, and with that comes a $1 million payout. She was given the award for being “a lifelong trailblazer for human rights and gender equality.”
The Berggruen Prize for Philosophy & Culture is an annual award given to “thinkers whose ideas have profoundly shaped human self-understanding and advancement in a rapidly changing world,” and Ginsburg had competition.
The original pool of nominees was a staggering 500, yet she made it all the way through the elimination process until she was the last one standing. The Berggruen Institute, which awards the prize, explained why she was chosen.
Nicolas Berggruen, the organization’s founder and chairman, said, “I am delighted the jury has chosen to honor such a prolific leader in the field of jurisprudence.” He went on to note Ginsburg’s work on major court cases for a liberal outcome.
Conservatives are rightly hoping that the left-leaning justice will retire soon, giving President Trump a third opportunity to nominate someone to our nation’s highest court.
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