Unethical Website Of The Year: Ruth Sent Us

Ruth Sent Us, a smugly ignorant and unethical website of recent vintage by–what’s your guess, teenagers? Woke undergrads who never read a SCOTUS opinion? The editorial staff of The Nation? Mean satirists?—anyway, people up to no good, has suddenly been getting publicity because it posted the home addresses of the six non-progressive Supreme Court justices. They want people to “protest” outside of their houses.

The Stupid is strong with this one, so naturally it will appeal to the stupid who walk among us. It is generally illegal for more than two protesters to “demonstrate” in front of a residence, and also illegal for them to demonstrate in a neighborhood off private property without a permit. Never mind: Ruth Sent Us has announced a “Walk-by” of SCOTUS homes on May 11. The mob is being urged to wear red “Handmaid’s Tale” robes. Of course they are: referencing the dystopian science fiction novel is signature significance for someone who hasn’t given two thoughts to the issues involved in abortion and couldn’t comprehend Alito’s draft opinion if it were accompanied by pictures and ana interpretive dance troupe.

Before that, Ruth Sent Us wants a protest against the Cathlolic Church on Mother’s Day, although nothing in Alito’s opinion (all 98 pages of it) references religious objections to abortion. In a tweet, RSU calls all of the Justices presumed to be in favor of reversing Roe ( complete speculation at this point) Catholic, though one of the three good progressives on the Court is also Catholic (Sotomayor), and one of the presumed six eeeevil Justices, Gorsuch, attends an Episcopalian church. (Interestingly, there are no other Protestants among the Justices, which is a piece of trivia approximately as relevant as Justice Kagan’s six toes on her left foot.

Not surprisingly, the organization is flaming with irresponsible and false rhetoric (“We rise up against a corrupt and illegitimate Supreme Court”), but it is also dishonest about “following” Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The late Justice, feminist though she was, was a legal scholar of integrity. She said more than once that she thought Roe v. Wade was a misbegotten holding, because, you know, it was.  (It’s also funny that an organization trading on Ginsberg’s name calls on protesters to be “ruthless.” )

The website’s home page states that

Ruth Bader Ginsburg spent her entire life moving the needle towards justice for all. She believed, and we believe that:

  • Women Deserve Trust

  • Black Lives Matter

  • Love Is Love

  • No Human Is Illegal

Yes, they really did put the facile bumper-sticker nostrums from those moronic virtue-signalling lawn signs into Ginsburg’s mouth. What an insult! The late Justice never embraced such infantile babble, much less said any of it in public or wrote it. You can’t claim to have been sent by Ruth when you know nothing about her, and don’t care if your representations about her beliefs distort her legacy.

Next, the site states, “Our 6-3 extremist Supreme Court routinely issues rulings that hurt women, racial minorities, LGBTQ+ and immigrant rights. We must rise up to force accountability using a diversity of tactics.” Cites, please. Nor is there anything “extremist” about striking down a bad precedent that concocted a Constitutional right that didn’t exist. Roe was the extremist opinion.

The boobs who set up the site are just mouthing off: I’d wager none of them have read the opinion they are so furious about (maybe) being over-rules, nor could they could name a single opinion from this Court that “hurt women, racial minorities, LGBTQ+ and immigrant rights.”

This site is the ignorant leading the ignorant, sullying a serious and accomplished female jurist’s name to do it.

Maybe they should change their text slightly and claim they were sent by Babe Ruth.

13 thoughts on “Unethical Website Of The Year: Ruth Sent Us

    • GOOD NEWS!!!

      Nina Jankowicz has determined that the published home addresses of the six SCOTUS Justices are, in fact, correct!

      So no disinformation here!

      A victory for truth, justice, and . . . I forget the rest.

      –Dwayne

      • Nina also posted a TikTok video explaining the whole thing. I’m not sure how to embed, but here’s a transcript:

        Posting-on-the-Internet-addresses-of-the-SCOTUS
        All we really want to do is put these six on notice
        Peaceful protests really are our operandi-modus
        Posting-on-the-Internet-addresses-of-the-SCOTUS

        All-that-they’re-doing-here-is-just-walking-by
        All-that-they’re-doing-here-is-just-walking-by
        All-that-they’re-doing-here-is-just-walking-by
        All-that-they’re-doing-here-is-just-walking-by

        For many years I thought Roe Versus Wade was iron-clad
        But then Alito wrote a brief about how it was bad
        So we post home addresses of the authors of that prose
        Because the Right To Privacy is something we oppose

        Oh…
        Posting-on-the-Internet-addresses-of-the-SCOTUS
        All we really want to do is put these six on notice
        Peaceful protests really are our operandi-modus
        Posting-on-the-Internet-addresses-of-the-SCOTUS

        All-that-they’re-doing-here-is-just-walking-by
        All-that-they’re-doing-here-is-just-walking-by
        All-that-they’re-doing-here-is-just-walking-by
        All-that-they’re-doing-here-is-just-walking-by

        Now since there’s people showing up to voice their discontent
        Some Fox reporter, he tried to entrap the President
        But brilliant Jen Psaki said to stupid Pete Doocy
        “We want … to be respected”, she said, “people’s privacy”

        Oh…
        Posting-on-the-Internet-addresses-of-the-SCOTUS
        All we really want to do is put these six on notice
        Peaceful protests really are our operandi-modus
        Posting-on-the-Internet-addresses-of-the-SCOTUS

        –Dwayne

  1. “Ruth Sent Us”? That’s certainly a smarmy and pretentious name, alright. Did they communicate with her via séance? Ouija board? A dream after eating too many carbs before bed?

    Alternatively, they really shouldn’t broadcast the secret password to their club.
    “Knock… three times… ask for a booth / and say… that you… were sent by Ruth / Then strike… a match… and see the truth / You’re in… Hernando’s Hideaway! Olé!”

  2. If the FBI genuinely wants to catch the leaker they will, simply by offering up their SOP of illegal threats that scare the bejeesus out of people and have them typically willing to throw anyone under the bus.

  3. “Maybe they should change their text slightly and claim they were sent by Babe Ruth.”

    Even The Babe wouldn’t want to be associated with these morons. Maybe “Baby Ruth”. An unremarkable, substandard candy bar is about the level they’re working at.

  4. Probably a lot of the same folks who put together Black Lives Matter and Antifa, although supposedly the latter doesn’t exist.

  5. Just received a plea from Change.org to sign a petition. The petitioner believes the courts will forbid D&C for women who suffer from abnormal uterine bleeding or dysmenorrhea. Another example of the rampant stupidity in our midst.

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