Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg chimed in on the Kavanaugh controversy during a speech at a Georgetown University Law Center Event on Wednesday, revealing she’s “really cheered on by this,” a reference to the sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh. “#MeToo was also an example of women coming together in numbers, so it was one complaint, and then one after another the complaints mounted, so women nowadays are not silent about bad behavior,” gushed Ginsburg. What’s interesting was the lack of “cheer” for the complaints of serial rape against Bill Clinton both before, during, and after his tenure in the White House.
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Ahead of Thursday’s hearing on sexual misconduct allegations made against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg applauded “women coming together in numbers” with #MeToo reports.
“I am really turned on by this #MeToo because these #MeToo complaints are – every woman of my vintage has not just one story but many stories, but we thought there’s nothing you could do about it, boys will be boys, so let’s find a way to get out of it. #MeToo was also an example of women coming together in numbers, so it was one complaint and then one after another the complaints mounted, so women nowadays are not silent about bad behavior,” Ginsburg said during a Georgetown University Law Center event with first-year students on Wednesday, the evening before the hearing with Kavanaugh and one of his accusers, Christine Blasey Ford, was set to take place.
“But what Justice O’Connor said, she said women have to get out there and do things that make an impressive show.