Millions of Americans who were ready to vote for Trump abruptly changed their minds after Justice Ginsburg publicly stated that if he were president, “I can’t imagine what the country would be.” “He says whatever comes into his head at the moment,” she added.
Trump rallies across the country had to be canceled for lack of attendance. “We were looking forward to waving signs saying, “America for Americans,” said Darlene Sixpack, standing in front of her trailer with her husband Joe. “But after hearing Justice Ginsburg’s comments, we decided to stay home and read Noam Chomsky instead.”
“I contributed 5 million dollars to Trump’s campaign,” said J.P. Monopoly, speaking from his private jet. “But gosh darn it, I never thought about what the country would be like if he were elected. Thanks to Justice Ginsburg, the wife and I sat down and did some imagining. And it didn’t look good.”
Fox News announced that the right-wing channel would sharply cut down on coverage of Trump. “We’d never noticed that he says whatever comes into his head at the moment,” said a spokesperson who asked not to be named. “We thought everything was carefully prepared. Now that Justice Ginsburg has exposed his true nature, we’re throwing our support behind Clinton.”
Justice Ginsburg admitted to the press that her comments were “ill-advised.” Knowing, of course, that when a court finds a judicial remark “ill-advised,” it’s code for, “and what are you going to do about it?”