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Must everyone, including, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg jump on the “If Donald Trump wins the presidency, I’m outta here bandwagon?”

They’re all dying for relevancy and they’re all elitists with money who played a major role in America journey beneath the sewer which renders them full of crap and yes, that includes Justice Ginsburg who interview with the New York Times entertained the thought of absconding to New Zealand should Donald Trump become POTUS45.

New York Times by Adam Liptak

WASHINGTON — Unless they have a book to sell, Supreme Court justices rarely give interviews. Even then, they diligently avoid political topics. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg takes a different approach.

These days, she is making no secret of what she thinks of a certain presidential candidate.

“I can’t imagine what this place would be — I can’t imagine what the country would be — with Donald Trump as our president,” she said. “For the country, it could be four years. For the court, it could be — I don’t even want to contemplate that.”

It reminded her of something her husband, Martin D. Ginsburg, a prominent tax lawyer who died in 2010, would have said.

“‘Now it’s time for us to move to New Zealand,’” Justice Ginsburg said, smiling ruefully.

In an interview in her chambers on Friday, Justice Ginsburg took stock of a tumultuous term and chastised the Senate for refusing to act on President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee.

Her colleagues have said nothing in public about the presidential campaign or about Mr. Obama’s stalled nomination of Judge Merrick B. Garland to the Supreme Court. But Justice Ginsburg was characteristically forthright, offering an unequivocal endorsement of Judge Garland.

“I think he is about as well qualified as any nominee to this court,” she said. “Super bright and very nice, very easy to deal with. And super prepared…..

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I suspect that the Supreme Court justice was merely being mischievous but taking into account the rulings that have come down these past few years from the Supreme Court, I may have that wrong.

H/t New York Post.