Supreme Court scandal surfaces 26 years after the fact!
1982, newly confirmed Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day o’Connor just moved up to the majors by then President Ronald Reagan as the first female to hit the “bigs”. The pressure to perform with the “boys” is immense: the story is related by Supreme Court clerk “Dobby” CJ Fredrikson “We could all see the pressure that Justice o’Connor felt, this being her first time in the “show”. We all wanted her to succeed, so when the changes started we all just, we all turned a blind eye.”
Unnamed sources close to the Justice “It was there for anyone who really wanted to see it. It started slowly, but at the end of several terms it was apparent the the strength and power that was there could not be due to normal conditioning and training.”
“Everyone would complement Madam Justice on her ‘lovely new hairstyle’, but it was obvious that her brain power was growing tremendously.”
Friends close to the Justice tell us that it was only when Ruth Bader Ginsberg, the second female Justice with 3 words in her name came to the court that she was finally able to break her reliance on performance enhancing drugs to make her opinions more powerful and fell back on those qualities that brought her to the “show” in the first place.