What the Dickens Is This?

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Was this someone’s idea of a portrait sculpture?

I’m sure I read somewhere that courts of law are not supposed to enter into any judgment with a suite of political prejudices guiding the judges’ decisions.

So what’s an 8-foot tall statue in honor of “abortion rights” doing on the steps of a New York City courthouse in the Flatiron District? It looks like a knockoff of Botticelli’s “Venus” as interpreted by H.P. Lovecraft.

Here’s the original:

The Birth of Venus" Botticelli - An Analysis of the Birth of Venus Painting

The statue has been nicknamed “NOW” as an homage to abortion-loving feminism.

Looks like pro-life defendants can expect a raw deal in this court. Well, at least the court’s prejudice is–shall we say “nakedly”?–apparent.

Your taxpayer dollars at work.

4 comments on “What the Dickens Is This?

  1. Any kind of statue dealing with “abortion rights” should have pieces of babies bodies and hands dripping with blood included.

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