Liberal Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg weighed-in Wednesday on Brett Kavanaugh’s wild confirmation hearings; saying the current partisan antics were “wrong” for the country.
Ginsburg was speaking at the George Washington University in Washington, DC this week when she was asked to comment on Kavanaugh’s confirmation process, simply saying “the way it is, is wrong.”
“The way it was, was right,” said Ginsburg. “The way it is, is wrong. The atmosphere in ’93 was truly bipartisan.”
Ginsburg was confirmed by the US Senate in 1993 by a bipartisan vote of 96-3 despite widespread concerns regarding her 10 year career on the ACLU board.