RGB Watch: Any Public ‘Proof of Life’?

Sleeping when the SCOTUS is in session is more dangerous
than anything President Trump has ever been accused of.

The Supreme Court may be Ruthless…

We’re going on the third month since Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has been seen by the American people.

The former lawyer for the ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) was last seen in public back on Dec. 6, 2018. Since then, not so much.




As reported by Taylor Day of The American Thinker;

It has been 54 days since the public laid eyes on the 85-year-old Supreme Court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and her absence is prompting calls for proof of life. The last time she was seen was on December 6, 2018, when she heard arguments in person at the Court. Since then, she underwent surgery on December 21 of last year after two cancerous growths from her left lung were discovered and removed. All official statements have been issued by people close to her and meant to assure the public that she is recovering quietly.

However, RBG has missed oral arguments this month for the first time in her 25-year career on the bench, and it is raising anxieties about how well and if she is recovering. It has been reported that the White House is taking steps toward preparing a short list of Supreme Court nominees in the event of Justice Ginsburg’s death or departure. Adding even more fuel to the speculation, Fox & Friends “accidentally” showed a memorial graphic that claimed that Ginsburg is dead. The show apologized shortly after and blamed it on a “control room error,” but it’s worth noting that the graphic even being made and loaded is a disturbing, macabre preparation.

She was scheduled to attend a function called “An Evening with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg” in Los Angeles on Tuesday evening at the Skirball Cultural Center, but the event was “regrettably canceled” because she is still recuperating from her recent surgery. A second engagement on February 6 with her and philanthropist David Rubenstein in New York City was also canceled.

CNN panel giggles over how cute it is that this gal can’t stay awake past 9 PM.