Liberal Wants You to Donate Days of Your Life to Ruth Bader Ginsburg

At the time of writing, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has missed oral arguments for the second day in a row — breaking her decades-long tradition of never skipping a day of work.

At this point, the reality of the situation is clear to everyone, including those who don’t want to admit it: RBG is getting old, and her days on the bench are numbered at their very best.

It’s also worth noting the Justice’s deteriorating health, which isn’t surprising considering her advanced age. At some point, she will no longer be able to effectively perform her duties as one of the nine leading legal voices in the country, and President Donald Trump will have to nominate a replacement.

Now, the point of this post is not to wish ill will on a long-time public servant. Our disagreements with her legal philosophy aside, RBG is an immensely respectable figure in many ways. But, she isn’t going to be able to work in this capacity forever, and that means that the American left will soon lose their favorite Supreme Court justice.

We can’t say the person who penned this insane tweet feels the same way. Apparently, this liberal wants to make Ginsburg immortal by getting us all to donate days of our lives to her somehow. Of course, this tweet was made in jest, but it does speak to the insane state of the left right now.

~ Facts Not Memes


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