No, this isn’t the Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic “On the Basis of Sex” that was released in 2018, nor is it the documentary “RBG” that was released in 2018. It’s not even the Ruth Bader Ginsburg action figure released in 2018. For some people it’s been a month since there’s been a new Ruth Bader Ginsburg film, and CNN is correcting that error by re-airing its own film on the Supreme Court justice Saturday night.
But is it just us, or was whoever wrote this tweet seriously fangirling over Ginsburg? We know they have a film to promote, but come on:
She’s called the “Notorious RBG” for a reason. If you missed #RBGMovie, here’s your chance to see why fans are inspired and enthralled with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. RBG, a CNN film, Saturday at 8p ET pic.twitter.com/lsbnC3OAVn
— CNN (@CNN) January 9, 2019
“Here’s your chance to see why fans are inspired and enthralled”? Fans? So it’ll be a balanced, unbiased look at her politics, right?
— John The Maintenance Boss (@JohnMaintenanc1) January 9, 2019
For crying out loud, you’re supposed to be a news organization. Act like professionals.
— Burn It All Down (@TimHaas70) January 9, 2019
Hey, didn’t you used to be a legitimate news organization?
— Lewis P. (@_Sweet_Lew) January 9, 2019
This is not what news organizations do. https://t.co/nybhMagWOh
— RBe (@RBPundit) January 9, 2019
This is why you’re a joke. There’s literally nothing interesting about her. No major or impressive decisions written by her. She’s a solid leftist and that’s all you care about.
— It’s me DT (@dtfromdc) January 9, 2019
Nobody calls her Notorious RBG.
She’s not a cool thing. She’s never been a cool thing. She never will be cool thing. Stop trying to make her a cool thing. It’s embarrassing. https://t.co/ifRR69mniG
— Paige (@paigesaturn) January 9, 2019
Actually, the Associated Press referred to her as the Notorious RBG in a tweet in 2016:
Donald Trump wants Notorious RBG to resign from Supreme Court for criticizing him as unfit to be president: https://t.co/rGKOWUCDVc
— AP Politics (@AP_Politics) July 13, 2016
I can’t imagine why people think CNN is biased.
— Palmetto Joe (@Palmetto_Joe) January 9, 2019
But the media totally isn’t biased you guys. https://t.co/07AlIwnFk3
— Snarky Skeletor (@LibertarianSith) January 9, 2019
What bias? https://t.co/ipYxxhWadk
— The H2 (@TheH2) January 9, 2019
Again showing how liberal CNN is!!! Making a CNN film of CNN’s favorite justice!!!
— Kenna Rys (@Imperii_Ferrum) January 9, 2019
— CLA (@ConservativeLA) January 9, 2019
— Howard Roark Laughed (@Major_Skidmark) January 9, 2019
“Unbiased news” this is not what a news organization looks like you drooling partisan fanboys
— Antonio (@AntonioMonteno) January 9, 2019
Yeah. Very inspiring. pic.twitter.com/EI7GmIrd7S
— J K Ryan (@jkryan1) January 9, 2019
She’s inspired me to take a nap.
— Andrew Gafford (@AndrewGafford) January 9, 2019
— Mr. Will (@RoscoenOtis) January 9, 2019
— Tenia (@bageltinksangel) January 9, 2019
no thanks. i’m definitely passing on this propaganda
— red (@red75093602) January 9, 2019
Now do one about Scalia.
— Will Roberts (@Will_0004) January 9, 2019
Ok..I will run see it right after the movie about Sandra Day O’Connor…
— BB (@karmagitya) January 9, 2019
We’ll watch it if includes a deep dive into her high school yearbook by investigative journalists.
Not a cult: Who wants to shave off a day of their life and give it to Ruth Bader Ginsburg? https://t.co/ABmwUGOe3c
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) January 8, 2019
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