Washington DC Memorializes Ruth Bader Ginsburg

The revered Justice passed away this past week and residents of the nations capital converged on the Supreme Court of the United States where she served. They brought flowers, drawings, signs, candles and more to memorialize her.

The fight to see who will replace her has already begun as Sen McConnell has stated that he’ll be adapting his 2016 ‘rule’ to 2020 and forging forward – and President Trump already has a shortlist of candidates ready.

The Saturday night memorial saw speakers from the same activist groups that pledged to fight the Kavanaugh and several elected members of the Congress, including New York’s Senator Kristin Gillibrand and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren.

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