Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is 85. Yesterday, she was hospitalized with three broken ribs after she fell accidentally in her office.
Donald Trump, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley have been salivating for months now over the chance to put yet another ultra-conservative Justice on the Supreme Court — especially after fake Republican outrage over the Brett Kavanaugh nomination helped McConnell keep his GOP majority in several red states on Tuesday.
Associate solitary reporter Melissa Smith has just informed us that it was not really an accident in her office.
Nope, it was McConnell and Grassley who bust into RBG’s chambers with several of Donald Trump’s Russian goons, who did the dirty deed.
But Bader Ginsburg, recovering at George Washington University Hospital, told associate solitary reporter Susanna Sherman that in only a few days, she’ll be back on the job, if only to counter whatever mischief Kavanaugh and Gorsuch are planning.
Colorado Attorney General-elect Phil Weiser, who clerked for Bader Ginsburg in 1995 and 1996, told us moments ago that she will probably be back on the job by Monday. “She’s the strongest person I know, both mentally and physically.”