‘SNL’ spoofs Ruth Bader Ginsburg; ‘living every 81-year-old’s dream’

As the Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments this week on the Obamacare challenge that’s going to be the biggest case of the term, “Saturday Night Live” light’s Kate McKinnon reprised her impersonation of an insult-spewing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg – with a kind word for nobody.

The “SNL” writers coined the term “Gins-burned” for the disagreeable justice’s zingers that McKinnon’s character hit out at in all directions (including a truly cheap joke about Alabama).

But did they really explain how she fell asleep on national television?


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