She may have been a brilliant lawyer, but her position on Constitutional issues was always a matter of what she personally saw as the correct social justice path, not what the Constitution actually said. She never gave even the slightest support to the 2nd Amendment which she despised. She read into the Constitution "rights" that were not there and ignored rights that were clearly included. She was quoted as saying she wished that the U.S. Constitution were more like one that she preferred, the Constitution of South Africa. It was absolutely easy to predict where she stood on every case that would come before the Supreme Court as long as you could determine the political aspects of the case, with no regard as to Constitutionality. Her supporters can rejoice in the reality that she received her wish of not living to see a second term for Donald Trump. I will not miss her one iota, and hope that the President and the Senate have the courage to replace her with a true Conservative despite the chaos that the Democrats will seek to create.