For 27 years, there was no one who was effervescent on the liberal wing of the United States Supreme Court than Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
In her later years, she distinguished herself simply because of her refusal to step down from the bench, and this made her to be deemed “the notorious RBG”, which is a play on words for the rapper “the notorious BIG.”
Although RBG just now passed away at her home from metastatic pancreatic cancer, she is still making a huge splash even though she has now departed this plane of existence.
Just a few days before she passed away, she made her dying requests clear to her granddaughter, Clara Spera. She told her beloved granddaughter the following verbatim statement:
“My most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed.” There you have it, folks. Take RBG’s statement to her granddaughter as you will.