Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg announces retirement, thanks God for Clinton win

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg announces retirement, thanks God for Clinton win


WASHINGTON, D.C. – Reuters reports that Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg announced her retirement Friday afternoon.

Reporters said Ginsburg "literally skipped" down the marble steps outside the United States Supreme Court Building, grinning from ear to ear.

“I just put in my two weeks’ notice,” she said.  “Do you guys even know how old I am? I’ll give you a hint – it’s a three-digit number, and it’s larger than 200. Thank God Hillary Rodham Clinton won,” she said. 

Sources close to the groundbreaking feminist and progressive judge say that Justice Ginsburg plans to use her newfound free time to write a memoir, learn how to play violin, and maintain a strict exercise regimen by marching with Black Lives Matter activists. 

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