Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg shocked Washington by announcing she underwent surgery to remove cancerous tumors form her lungs.
Liberals were petrified her declining health would allow Donald Trump to make a third Supreme Court nomination.
And then Ginsburg walked out of the hospital and made one jaw dropping announcement.
Ginsburg left the hospital and the Supreme Court announced she is recovering at home and that she had resumed work over the weekend.
The Daily Caller:
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was discharged from the hospital Tuesday, after doctors removed two cancerous nodules from her left lung Friday.
The 85-year-old justice left the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York and is now recuperating at home, according to a Supreme Court spokeswoman. The high court advised that Ginsburg resume work on Sunday.
Ginsburg has been hospitalized twice in 2018. In addition to Friday’s procedure — called a pulmonary lobectomy — she was admitted to George Washington University Hospital in November after she fell in chambers and fractured three ribs. The cancerous growths in her lungs were identified at that time.
Liberals had a 24-hour panic over her cancer diagnosis.
Trump wished Ginsburg a speedy recovery, but all anyone on the left could think about was the possibility of Trump appointing her replacement.
Ginsburg’s announcement gives the left hope she can hang on through the 2020 election.
Mitch McConnell already stated he will hold confirmation hearings and a vote in 2020 if an opening occurs.
Ginsburg’s health and possible retirement will be one of the most closely watched stories in American politics over the next two years.
We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.