ACLU Changes RBG Quote And Gets Slammed

ACLU Changes RBG Quote And Gets Slammed

Inclusive pronouns have their place in the English language, but using them in place of actually used gender-specific nouns in a quote just is not Kosher.

The American Civil Liberties Union is learning that the hard way. The left-wing organization took literary liberty with a quote from the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and changed the meaning of the sentence.

The American Civil Liberties Union is being ripped for a woke tribute to late women’s rights champion Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — in which they changed her words to erase her use of woman,” “she” and “her.”

The nonprofit tweeted the tribute to the “champion” of “gender equality” on Saturday — the first anniversary of her death — saying, “We miss you, RBG. Your legacy lives on in this fight.”

The ACLU then posted one of Ginsburg’s famous quotes, but altered five sections to make women “people” and all pronouns “they” or “their.”

“The decision whether or not to bear a child is central to a [person’s] life, to [their] well-being and dignity,” the altered quote read, hiding Ginsburg’s original use of “woman” and “her.”

“When the government controls that decision for [people], [they are] being treated as less than a fully adult human responsible for [their] own choices,” the ACLU posted, again hiding “her” and “she.”

While any man in a pregnancy situation is responsible just as much as the woman for an unborn child’s existence, the reality is that it is the woman who carries the child, and gives birth. The ultimate choice, good or bad, moral or immoral, legal or illicit belongs to the woman, not the entire human race.

Mrs. Ginsburg would be the first liberal to hold that to be true as an absolute.

The ACLU got ripped to shreds from their own for that alteration.

“You’re literally erasing her as you write this. Stop,” @UrlNat tweeted in reply to the group, a sentiment shared by Greg Scott, senior vice president of communications at Alliance Defending Freedom.

“She would turn in her grave to see you erasing the women whose oppression she fought all her Life,” someone else insisted.

Award-winning reporter Kim Willsher also pointed out that it is “dishonest and misleading” to change someone’s words “especially when someone is no longer around to approve the change.”…

“YOU MISS HER? RESPECT HER MEMORY THEN,” someone tweeted, sharing Ginsburg’s original quote, while another person asked, “Then why did you censor her?”

Changing pronouns isn’t exactly censorship. At the same time, at least the ACLU is not getting away with this.

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Mark D Allen
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Mark D Allen
September 24, 2021 10:08 am

The ACLU needs to lose its non-profit status. It is nothing of its former self. Now just a political tool for the left.