Ruth Bader Ginsburg released from hospital after having fever

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a four-time cancer survivor, returned home after a weekend stay at Johns Hopkins Hospital.

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20 thoughts on “Ruth Bader Ginsburg released from hospital after having fever

  1. Get these old people out of these jobs. They are not healthy to hold the jobs anymore. Bernie, Biden, Warren, Ginsberg, McConnell and Trump you all need to go. Your too old, you’re old judgement is ruining the country for future generations. You all are the past.

  2. the Real RBG died in Jan 2019…..this is a double the previous one figured it she would be murdered so she flew the coop this is a new RGB fake. The real RGB was cremated. You can take this to the bank.

  3. Just close your eyes, and walk to the light. I cant take any more of your eloquent bench arguments we've heard over the last five years, mostly consisting of Zzzzzzzzzz, Snort, Zzzzzzz. Snort, Zzzzzzz

  4. I don't hate the woman as much as I hate the media's obvious sympathy for her. Could you imagine the media having this same level of concern if Brett Kavanaugh was to fall terminally ill? Not in a million years. I want to see Trump have the chance to appoint a third Justice just to see the media and their brainwashed followers cry and whine like they did with Kavanaugh.

  5. For all the morons who are talking about the ago of consent topic.Please do some research before you accuse her of falsehoods.

    Ginsburg never actually said that the age of consent should be lowered to 12.
    Ginsburg’s report was about changing gendered language, not the age of consent, in our existing laws. In the quoted passage, she was not arguing for or against lowering the age of consent; rather, she was quoting a proposed Senate bill as an example of how appropriate gender-neutral pronouns should be used. Ginsburg wrote that she used this bill because it “conform(ed) to the equality principle,” not because she agreed with the presented age of consent.

    Do some research before you speak please.

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