90 Miles From Tyranny : Is Justice Ginsburg Leaking Fake News About Justice Gorsuch To NPR?

Thursday, November 9, 2017

Is Justice Ginsburg Leaking Fake News About Justice Gorsuch To NPR?

In recent weeks, a steady stream of gossip has appeared throughout the world of legal news about supposed conflicts at the Supreme Court between the justices. Curiously, the leaks have been fed to Nina Totenberg, NPR‘s legal affairs correspondent, who happens to be close personal friends with liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

In every case, Totenberg has presented anonymously sourced – but supposedly legitimate – claims about feuds involving Justice Neil Gorsuch, President Trump’s nominee, and one of President Obama’s nominees, Justice Elena Kagan. Specifically, Totenberg has alleged that Justice Kagan has embarrassed Justice Gorsuch in conference in duels of wit over the law.

Justice Clarence Thomas denied this fake news about Gorsuch to his former clerk and Fox News host Laura Ingraham earlier this week, definitively stating that Totenberg’s allegations are false:
See Video HERE
Perhaps most critically, they are damning evidence of a serious problem: leaks at the Supreme Court.

Totenberg, despite lacking a law degree, has a close professional and personal relationship to Justice Ginsburg. It is possible that the comments dripping out of the conference are courtesy of the embittered Ginsburg, a Clinton appointee.

According to a 2015 article in the Washingtonian titled “Supreme Court Justices Officiate A Lot Of Weddings,” Justice Ginsburg officiated Totenberg’s wedding in 2000. The article describes Totenberg as...Read More HERE

1 comment:

  1. 'Ninny' Totenberg lacks a law degree, but she did stay at a Holiday Inn Express one night.


Test Word Verification