So Ginsburg has spoken out against Donald Trump.
"I can't imagine what this place would be -- I can't imagine what the country would be -- with Donald Trump as our President."
Yes, this is very unusual. By way of comparison, Justices Douglas and/or Black, not to mention Chief Justice Warren, spoke in no such way about Richard Nixon in 1968. Surely they despised him, and saw his then-still-hypothetical presidency as a threat to their judicial legacy. But they retained what is considered proper judicial decorum in such matters.
For a sober, professorial, discussion of why Ginsburg was in the wrong and why the defenses of her comments are also "mostly wrong," go to PrawfsBlawg.
But of course this is the Justice widely known as the "Notorious RBG." If she's not going to be the court's badass, who will be?