Originally uploaded to my YouTube channel on Dec 02, 2016
MarinaShutUp, otherwise known as Marina Watanabe, is very displeased with Ruth Bader Ginsburg's recent comments about Colin Kaepernick decision not to stand during the national anthem. The comments were made during an interview with Katie Couric. Couric asked Ginsburg what she thought about Colin Kaepernick’s decision and she said she thought it was really dumb. While I agree with that assessment, Marina made the erroneous assumption that Ginsburg did not understand the context of the question because she did not know what SNL is, and that she does not own a TV. Well, is you actually watch the interview in question (which Marina suspiciously leaves out of the description), the claim that she does not own a TV and does not know what SNL is are actually false. Granted she does not watch TV very often, and did not immediately recognise the acronym for SNL. Not owning a TV and not knowing what SNL is doesn’t mean that Ginsburg did not understand the question.
However, I agree with Marinas assessment that Ginsburg did not understand the question because of the way Katie Couric asked the question. This is a failure of Couric’s part.
I really do not understand why Marina lied about this, and given that she did actually watch the interview, and is pursuing the study intensive major of Women's Studies, I really think Marina lied on purpose. Why, I really have no idea, especially when there is no need for it.
The actual interview
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's admission she did not understand the context of the situation
What Marina listed as a source (I seriously don't even know what to say to this)
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