Following the announcement of Ruth Bader Ginsburg's recent hospitalization, the internet has become a insane space, a big prayer circle where people are lining up to donate their ribs, organs, and more for the health of the beloved Supreme Court Justice.
On the morning of Friday, Nov. 9, the justice was released from the hospital, where she was admitted on Thursday, Nov. 8.
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"I wouldn't say she's exactly on my side, but I wish her well, I hope she gets better, and hope she serves on the Supreme Court for many, many years", he commented.
Daniel Stiepleman, who wrote the script for the Ginsburg biopic "On the Basis of Sex", told Reuters Ginsburg was "doing great". He also mentioned that Ginsburg was "cracking jokes" - "I can't promise they were good jokes, but they were jokes".
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For the next two years, all eyes will be on Ginsburg and her health. "She also was hospitalized after a bad reaction to medicine in 2009".
Ginsburg is the court's oldest member and is considered most senior of its liberal minority.
Mind you. RBG is a cancer survivor, she's had a heart procedure and she's had broken ribs before. and she's bounced back so quickly she was never out of the game.
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She already has hired clerks for the term that extends into 2020, indicating she has no plans to retire.