November 8, 2018

Action Alert:
Send Get Well Card to RBG

On November 7, 2018, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg fell in her office at the Supreme Court and fractured three ribs. She was admitted to a hospital the following day and is recovering.

85 years old and ready to serve on the Supreme Court for several more years, according to her own testimony.

Most know Ginsburg, 85, as an unflappable champion of women’s rights. When it comes to preventing gun violence and saving lives, however, Ginsburg’s voice is also critical. She dissented from Justice Antonin Scalia’s radical expansion of the Second Amendment in D.C. v. Heller. RBG believes that the federal government and state goverments have a duty to protect the public from all forms of violence, including gun violence.

With serial perjurer/accused sex offender Brett Kavanaugh now providing a fifth vote for the NRA on the Court, we need Justice Ginsburg more than ever! Please send a Get Well card to RBG at the following address:

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Supreme Court of the United States
1 First Street NE
Washington, DC 20543

You’re welcome to use some or all of the following text for your card:

Justice Ginsburg, I heard about your recent injury to your ribs and wanted to send you my best wishes for a full and speedy recovery. It’s hard to express in words how much your work on the Supreme Court means to me. You have helped gain so many important legal rights for women and vulnerable Americans. You have also been a true champion of public safety,  repeatedly opposing your conservative colleagues’ radical attempts to expand the scope of the Second Amendment. Your tireless advocacy for social justice has been such an inspiration. Please feel better soon and get back to work. Your country loves you and need you!

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