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Note On Kate McKinnon's 'SNL' Calendar For Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Don't Die!

"Kavanaugh thinks his confirmation is unfair? They threw me in a river to see if I float. I did!"

Kate McKinnon resurrected her winning impersonation of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg for a special appearance on “Weekend Update” on the season premiere of “Saturday Night Live.”

“Don’t worry, my kittens,” she assured, singing: “I’m never going to give you up, never going to let you down, never going to turn around and retire.”

McKinnon’s Ginsburg showed off her own calendar, akin to the one Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has used to try to refute sex assault accusations against him. But her single notation said simply: “Don’t die.”

She characterized Kavanaugh’s calendar from his teenage years as a “portrait of the justice as a young d-bag.”

She also scoffs at Kavanaugh’s complaints that his confirmation process has been unfair.

“My confirmation hearing was they threw me in a river to see if I float,” she said. “And I did. I floated on top like a little waterbug.”

Check out in the video above and find out about the Quarters game  McKinnon’s RBG has in mind for Kavanaugh.

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