The Inspiring Life Of Ruth Bader Ginsburg | The Daily Social Distancing Show

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Published on September 22, 2020

Here’s the story of Ruth Bather Ginsburg: the second woman to sit on the Supreme Court, a fierce human rights advocate, and an American icon. #DailyShow #TrevorNoah #RuthBaderGinsburg

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  • Pinkii D 1 month ago

    Very admirable, a legend!

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  • Ned Leeds 1 month ago

    Rest in Peace. A true fighter for equality and justice

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  • Ziggy Doom 1 month ago

    She will be missed by most, but not all.

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  • Linda Casey 1 month ago

    💖

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  • Elizabeth Cunicelli 1 month ago

    Ruth…please come back and haunt chump and the GOP

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  • Gregarious Helleatious 1 month ago

    I know the future and after November Trevor Noah is unlikely to have one.

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  • marlin Williams 1 month ago

    she might’ve killed Tupac lmao

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  • Gregarious Helleatious 1 month ago

    Good job Trevor of shitting all over the majority of American voters.

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  • iCrackCam 1 month ago

    the last part gave me chills

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  • Jason Douglas 1 month ago

    All good. But she made a big mistake when she did not offer another judge to take over her seat when Obama was still president and she was already old and ill.

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  • Ron Alexander 1 month ago

    Trevor!!!!!…u hit THEE! Rhyme…..see u chumps up top! Bytch!

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  • Kaushik Dwivedi 1 month ago

    TRUMP 2020
    MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN !!!

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  • Hugo Ovalle 1 month ago

    All fake

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  • rock M 1 month ago

    If I was a republican president, I would just say I am going to nominate someone because I can. (28 others have on election year including Obama). Then I would nominate a democrat. Underneath all the polarized arguments in our country about abortion or how to spend money,
    The scotus’ job is to morally analyze to uphold the right choice for people’s rights. Who cares if there is no party majority on either side.

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  • The Weekly News Explosion 1 month ago

    We must respect RBG’S wishes and stop Trump from getting another Supreme Court justice! If he gets one right now, they could strike down new laws for decades and change the scope forever!

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  • TWSTF 8 1 month ago

    There shouldn’t even be a debate. It was Mitch McConnell who altered Senate procedures to prevent Obama from filling more then two Supreme Court vacancies during his two presidential terms, out of nothing but sheer, abject obstructionism.

    And, now it’s Mitch McConnell again, along with his hypocritical allies in the Republican Party, prepared to change the rules again on a whim to allow a President of HIS party to acquire a Supreme Court supermajority that has the potential to remain so for the foreseeable future, again out of nothing but his own egregious disregard for any semblance of Senate traditions or procedures whatsoever.

    If the dichotomy between what the GOP and Democrats are willing to do with their political power isn’t made clear to every American, i really don’t know WHAT it would take.

    The Democrats are going to have to grow a pair if they plan on achieving political power once again. And they’re going to have to show that they’re just as willing as their opponents to be RUTHLESS when they do have power if they expect the American people to ever have a measure of faith in their ability to create lasting change again.

    Because right now they DON’T. Even though it’s the Republicans who demonstrate their spineless subservience to their “Alpha,” at every opportunity, it’s still the Democrats who appear weak and neutered, even when they do manage to gain the position necessary to shape this country towards their claimed ideals.

    If a GOP Senate majority lender can just change the rules to benefit his own political interests on a whim, NOBODY should give the Democratic Senate majority leader a second glance for attempting to do the same, given the same opportunity.

    And, if anyone is still at ALL surprised by the blatant disregard for tradition on display by Mitch McConnell, you clearly haven’t been paying attention.

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  • Joe Jupiter 1 month ago

    5:52 Who else can say he won even when he lost? Uuuuhhhm? Donald Trump?
    Most people didn’t vote for him but he still became president.

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  • Lourdes Raupe 1 month ago

    Beautifully said, Trevor. That was a heartfelt homage to an amazing human being who will be an inspiration to many for years to come. Thank you 🙏

    And about Tupac . . . 😆😂🤣

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  • Peggy Campbell 1 month ago

    Love this woman.

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  • Chronosferatu 1 month ago

    Nice tribute to a remarkable person.

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