Alarm was expressed on Friday after the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The news was so shocking that “No. No. No.” trended nationwide on Twitter.
Here’s some of what people were saying about the situations:
2.58 million people tweeting "no. No. No." About this pretty much sums up my reaction to the news. RIP queen 😥 pic.twitter.com/k1KaEBSL5w
— nepSubs @ BASKETBALL SOON (@nepsubs) September 18, 2020
No no no no no. I’m choking back tears. 2020 has broken me finally.
Rest In Peace, Justice Ginsburg. Yours was a hard-fought path and you have served the country, especially women, well and with honor. pic.twitter.com/75K32jmPW6
— Brandi is a fine girl voting for Biden (@Brandi_NE) September 18, 2020
No. no. no. As if things couldn’t get any worse. Finding out that Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed away is both tragic and frightening. Let us be reminded that in this election we’re not just electing a new president we’re now electing a new Supreme Court justice also. So pls vote. pic.twitter.com/bY24T0M0jT
— There it is, Bradley (@thejitterbug759) September 19, 2020
No. No. No. No. No. No.
The world lost a leader today. One we needed. One we wanted. I'm heart broken.
— Uncle Drunky (@uncledrunky) September 18, 2020
i can literally hear a neighbor yelling “No! No! No!” #RBG
— Nahal Toosi (@nahaltoosi) September 18, 2020
No! No! No! Not RBG! If you want a true queen look no further. She fought more health battles, misogynist men and egos, the “you cants” than most of us ever will. A true trailblazer, wife, mother and advocate for those seeking equality. Your death breaks me tonight. F 2020 pic.twitter.com/qQCNH4LIO7
— Jane Slater (@SlaterNFL) September 18, 2020
No. No. No you don’t 2020! I’m sick. My heart is a mess. I loved her for being my advocate. She was a counterbalance. An athlete. An advocate. I wear her daily. pic.twitter.com/lYRJSXI9Wc
— Cassie Gilman (@cassiegilman) September 18, 2020
NO NO NO
FUCK YOU 2020
— José (@yoruguaenusa) September 19, 2020
No. No, no, no, no, no, no.
Fuck. I can't believe she's gone.
Nobody is saving us. We have to save ourselves.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg changed the world. She's earned this peace. Time the rest of us stepped up.
— Tom Casiello (@tommiecas) September 18, 2020