Meghan Markle Spotted Wearing Ruth Ginsburg Necklace To Push Roe V. Wade

( A jewelry company is donating the proceeds of its collection of jewelry inspired by the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Planned Parenthood, despite pro-abortion activists blaming Ginsburg for Roe v. Wade being overturned.

One hundred percent of the sales from jewelry company Awe Inspired’s RBG collection will now go to Planned Parenthood. Among those who have endorsed the RBG necklaces are leftist commentator Angela Rye, comedienne Whitney Cummings, singers Halle Bailey and Becky G, chubby model Tass Holliday, and social climber Meghan Markle.

The “Woman Power” necklace by Awe Inspired costs around $150. Meghan Markle has been spotted wearing this necklace from time to time, most notably when she appeared at the 2021 VAX Live event.

But recently, Markle found herself under attack for wearing the RBG swag by the same loons that have been railing against Ginsburg for weeks over her refusal to resign from the Court back when Barack Obama was president.

Within hours of Roe v. Wade being overturned, pro-abortion crazies began attacking just about everybody, from Donald Trump to Mitch McConnell to the conservative Justices on the Court. Surprisingly, they also turned their venom on the late Liberal icon, calling her narcissistic and selfish for remaining on the Court long after her sell-by date, thereby depriving a Democrat President a chance to nominate her successor.

So Awe Inspired’s decision to donate the proceeds of its RBG-inspired collection of jewelry was bound to set off another round of anger from these perpetually angry people.

You’d think they’d be thrilled that 100 percent of the proceeds were going to Planned Parenthood. But no. Not these thoroughly unhappy people. Once someone has been pegged as an enemy, she stays an enemy. And Ruth Bader Ginsburg is an enemy.