MSNBC recently interviewed a 10-year-old girl named Alana to get her thoughts on the legacy of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. The MSNBC reporter asked Alana how she felt about the death of the longtime Supreme Court Justice. She replied, “This is going to be the beginning of an absolute nightmare because she is no longer here to help the world.” To help the world. Lord help us. Can you say “brainwashed?”
The intrepid journalist, who had previously asked Alana’s 13-year-old brother basically the same question, thanked them both for their time and noted that he had been talking to people paying tribute to Ginsburg all morning “as a trailblazer, an icon, a defender of human rights, women’s rights, and a defender of liberal ideals, a protector of progressive policies.” What about “champion of the oppressed and defender of truth, justice, and the American way?”
MSNBC loves interviewing young girls to get their opinions on matters of great import and/or interest to progressives. Whether it’s Greta Thunberg lecturing on the Earth’s climate or Alana expounding on the virtues of a now-deceased Supreme Court justice, the channel is all in on the opinions of precocious and even pre-pubescent girls. In fact, according to an unimpeachable anonymous source, the channel is planning a first-of-its-kind series of interviews of this type in the near future. The source tells me that MSNBC will soon query a four-year-old girl as to her thoughts on the Electoral College, a five-year-old on the pros and cons of a bicameral legislature, a six-year-old on the advantages of proportional representation, a seven-year-old on the 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling, an eight-year-old on the Lincoln-Douglas debates, and a nine-year-old on the intricacies of the Kama Sutra.