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Hollywood Celebrities Run Gamut of Emotions Over Death of RBG: ‘Make Sure Another Kavanaugh Doesn’t Replace Her’

Sep 19, 2020 ,
Hollywood Celebrities Run Gamut of Emotions Over Death of RBG: 'Make Sure Another Kavanaugh Doesn't Replace Her'

Hollywood celebrities engaged in an outpouring of grief over the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday following a battle with pancreatic cancer.

Hollywood celebrities engaged in an outpouring of grief over the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday following a battle with pancreatic cancer. While most celebrities expressed shock and sorrow, others saw the political implications of her passing, using the opportunity to insult President Trump and demand that Ginsburg’s replacement not be chosen until after the November election.

“Trump and Barr problem [sic] have never been this happy to see a woman die,” Alec Baldwin tweeted.

“Make sure another Kavanaugh doesn’t replace her,” author Stephen King posted.

Ginsburg, 87, was a hero to many in the entertainment industry, which treated her as a fellow celebrity of sorts in the award-winning documentary RBG, released in 2018. Among female celebrities both young and mature, she was a feminist icon whose career encompassed the rise of the women’s movement to the current era of third-wave feminism.

Some celebrities expressed profound sorrow and anguish over Ginsburg’s death on Friday.

Barbra Streisand tweeted: “Just heard the worst news… so sad! Ruth Bader Ginsburg you will live in history forever. May you rest in peace.”

Bette Midler tweeted, “There are no words.”

And once again Alyssa Milano proves she’s a Rebel without a clue:

Maybe you should stop judging all men by the ones you go out with..

Other celebrities expressing their condolences, include Robert Downey, Jr. Julia Louis Dreyfus, Danny DeVito, Piper Perabo, Ken Jeong, Ed Asner, Holland Taylor, Jamie Lee Curtis, Sarah Silverman, Elizabeth Banks, Mandy Moore, and Barbara Hershey.

There is and it’s not you Julia.

 

Source: Hollywood Celebrities Run Gamut of Emotions Over Death of RBG: ‘Make Sure Another Kavanaugh Doesn’t Replace Her’

 

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