Did Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg just give the unhinged Left a glimmer of hope, or is her announcement irrelevant after Justice Kennedy gave President Trump the opportunity to nominate another conservative to replace him?
“I’m now 85,” Ginsburg said after a Sunday performance of the play “The Originalist,” about the late conservative Justice Antonin Scalia, according to CNN. “My senior colleague, Justice John Paul Stevens, he stepped down when he was 90, so think I have about at least five more years.”
Many are breathing a sigh of relief at Ginsburg’s assurance that she wants to stay on the Supreme Court. Liberals are afraid that Trump’s pick to replace Justice Kennedy, Brett Kavanaugh, will tilt the highest court in the land heavily conservative.
As for retiring or term limits, Ginsburg said no chance.
Leftists, who were encouraged by the aging Supreme Court Justice’s desire to fight through to her death, suggested they’d be willing to donate organs to keep the Trump-hating judge on the bench.
Twitter user, Kat Turk asks: is there a way to change my organ donor status to “please give Ruth Bader Ginsburg dibs on these?”
— kt (@turkish_gothic) July 30, 2018
Many on the left were supportive of Turk’s offer to share her organs with the 85-yr-old.
The answer is yes. In your living will, you can make a directed donation. ????
— Ssh! I'm a juror (@sneakyjuror) July 30, 2018
Others on Twitter offered to take them from her now.
Matthew Dallon tweeted: How about we just take them from you now?
How about we just take them from you now?
— Matthew Dallon (@MattDall70) July 30, 2018
“Molly” tweeted an offer for Ginsburg to take one of her kidneys: Ruth Bader Ginsburg can have one of my kidneys, I’m not using it
Ruth Bader Ginsburg can have one of my kidneys, I’m not using it
— Molly (@Molly_Kats) July 30, 2018