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New York Times Passes Off Old Stock RBG Photo As Image of ‘Return to SCOTUS’

Prior to today, there were no known recent photographs of Justice Ginsburg.

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Ginsburg NYT Photo November

In The New York Times’ article reporting on Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader-Ginsburg’s return to work at the court, the paper used a stock photo of Ginsburg taken last November rather than a recent photo.

The Times reported on Ginsburg’s return to the court without any recent visual aids to expand upon her return, after she missed over a month of hearings after medical scans taken after a fall last year led to an emergency surgery to remove cancerous nodules from her lungs.

Instead, the Times used a photo dating from last November. While the photo is several months old, the New York Times did not date the photo, leading some readers to believe it was current.

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Social media users uncovered the possibly deceptive use of the image, with independent content creator Jordan Sather posting to social media that the photo “was actually taken last November,” and noting that he has “still seen no current photo.”

Earlier this month, it was also reported that Ginsburg made her first public appearance at a concert held at the National Constitution Center. However, there again were no photos taken of Ginsburg.

Market Watch reported:

The justice sat in the back of the darkened auditorium at the National Museum of Women in the Arts.

The National Constitution Center, which sponsored the concert, did not permit photography.

James Ginsburg said before the concert that his mother is walking a mile a day and meeting with her personal trainer twice a week.

The performance concluded with a song set to Ginsburg’s answers to questions.

In introducing the last song, Michaels said, “bring our show to a close, but not the epic and notorious story of RBG.”

The last known public sighting of Ginsburg that contained photographic evidence was on January 9, 2019, when she was wheeled from her Washington, D.C. home into a limo. Her reason for leaving her home so soon after her cancer surgery is still unknown.

UPDATE: After publishing this article, Big League Politics discovered that TMZ located and snapped a photo of Justice Ginsburg while walking through Reagan National Airport earlier today. TMZ’s coverage was only published minutes for this article.

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IRONY: Atlanta Protestors Take Riot, Vandalism to CNN Headquarters

The fake news network being targeted by the mob.

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Riotous protestors assembling in the wake of the George Floyd death in Atlanta picked a peculiar target for their demonstration- none other than CNN’s headquarters. The mob assembled in front of the entrance to the fake news network’s primary building on Friday afternoon.

The mob could be seen pitching glass bottles at the network’s doors, and most notably, vandalizing a giant ‘CNN’ statue with graffiti of various sorts.

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“F*** CNN.”

That’s a harsher insult to the liberal mainstream media company than President Donald Trump has ever tweeted.

The protestors appear to be no fan of the fake news network, even as CNN has dishonestly presented the activities of other Floyd protestors in Minneapolis and around the country as ‘peaceful.’ Network operative Brian Stelter had tried to blame President Trump for violence during a segment Thursday night, claiming the President was escalating an already dangerous situation through a tweet announcing he’d send in the National Guard to Minneapolis.

Protestors could later be seen trying to bust into the profitable media company’s offices, banging against the glass doors.

Police cars on site were seen in a state of destruction during the protest. It doesn’t appear as if the law enforcement presence at CNN headquarters is big enough to deter the rioters from acts of vandalism targeting the news network.

Some protestors could later be seen burning an American flag in the vicinity of the CNN Center, making it all but certain that the riotous crowd is politically aligned with the left.

Any sort of vandalism or wanton property destruction is to be condemned, but it’s clear that CNN failed to consider the ramifications of the riots. Perhaps they’ll be more inclined to think of the consequences for small business owners and innocent bystanders after their own offices have been targeted.

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