Justice Scalia’s Son Shares Two Stories To Convey What Ruth Bader Gingsburg Meant To His Father

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Former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s son, Christopher Scalia, shared a couple of stories in memory of Ruth Bader Ginsburg after news broke of her death on Friday.

Despite having sharp differences of view, Justice Scalia and Justice Ginsburg shared a close friendship outside of the chamber, according to a couple of “passages” Chrisopher Scalia posted to his Twitter account on Friday.

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“I’m very sad to hear about the passing of my parents’ good friend, and my father’s wonderful colleague, Justice Ginsburg. May her memory be a blessing. I’d like to share a couple of passages that convey what she meant to my dad,” Scalia wrote.

The first story is a quote that Justice Scalia delivered at roast to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Ginsburg being on the DC Court of Appeals.

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The second story involved a time when Scalia bought two dozen roses for Ginsburg on her birthday.

When asked by a fellow judge why he would buy the roses for Ginsburg, when they often vote opposite on court cases, Scalia said, “Some things in life are more important than votes.”

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In response to the stories Christopher Scalia shared, former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee summarized what Americans can learn from the Scalia/Ginsburg friendship.

In ending, here is Laura Ingraham discussing the “unlikely” friendship of Scalia and Ginsburg: