Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Lung Surgery To Remove Malignant Cancer Growth…

A spokesperson for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has released a statement outlining recent surgery to remove malignant cancerous growth in her lungs.

No indication as to the date of the surgery, it is presumed recent. Apparently the surgeons are confident they have achieved clear margins.  Justice Ginsburg is 85 years old.

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457 Responses to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Lung Surgery To Remove Malignant Cancer Growth…

  1. Who needs Ginsberg when you have Roberts voting left? He just blocked Trump illegal assylum! He’s another scumbag!

    Liked by 16 people

    • Mrs. E says:

      I think we should be looking into impeaching Roberts, and the other leftists as well.

      Liked by 2 people

      • cali says:

        @Mrs. E: ^^^^^^^This for the FISA debacle like Contreras alone. Only he can force him to step down.

        There is more to the RBG issue than meets the eye: Surgeons rarely perform this type of surgery on a 86 yrs old patient especially after having done already.

        I had to undergo the same surgery and trust me the its a long road to recovery accompanied by infection back to back.
        Considering RBG age its impossible ergo it most likely that her ailment is far beyond that.


    • spoogels says:

      The Deep State is blackmailing him because he illegally adopted 2 Irish kids via South America

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      • If he can’t take the heat he should resign!


      • fakenoozisforfools says:

        This has been known publicly since at least the day Roberts folded on the EmbalmerCare matter. The question remains: how was that not discovered during the vetting process for his nomination to SCOTUS? Thanks, again, to the Bushes for their stellar picks of David Souter and John Roberts.


    • southernsue says:

      well we all know that george jr is an illuminati/luciferion/one world order,man
      and that whoever he appointed for anything will not be on the USA’s side

      i was crushed when i learned that the bushes are the black hats
      i guess satan does fool us all and satan sure did fool a lot of us with george jr,the bushes.

      don’t expect roberts to be constitutional,he is a one world order/luciferion also,appointed by bush jr.

      sad and very disapointing


  2. Lung cancer of any kind is very serious…I doubt it has been contained. They say they didn’t find cancer anywhere else in her body, but that doesn’t mean it won’t show up somewhere. Wonder if they did a brain scan.


  3. ristvan says:

    There were two cancerous nodes reported in RBG’s lower left lung lobe. Not one. That fact presents two possibilities, neither good.
    One, both are metastatic, probably from the colon cancer. My mother died of metastatic breast cancer about one year after it became detectable, about 10 years after a radical mastectomy and chemo. Went fast because it had already ‘learned’ how to ‘defeat’ chemo.
    Two, it is a new third cancer, and actually lung cancer. In which case, the second node probably means it has already metastisized. And therefore probably to elsewhere but not yet detectible. Now IF is NSCLC and also PDL1 positive without EGFR or ALK gene abnormalities , the new biologic immunotherapy drugs (like Keytruda) might resolve any further metastises, as they did with Jimmy Carter’s metastatic melanoma. That is at least 4 big IFs.

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  4. Jerry Cox says:

    Just walk towards the light Ruth….walk towards the light…

    Liked by 7 people

  5. Buck says:

    Deep State will be in total melt down mode if POTUS gets to place a third Justice.
    Look for them to move all in to remove that threat.

    Liked by 5 people

  6. benifranlkin says:

    Next stop brain……she’s so fragile and unintelligible now will anyone notice?

    Liked by 1 person

  7. mugzey302 says:

    Is this going to be “Weekend at Bernie’s” Ginsburg just to screw us out of a conservative replacement?

    Liked by 2 people

  8. freddiel says:

    Dear Lord, Please take her NOW and have mercy on her soul. Amen

    Liked by 1 person

  9. JMC says:

    Informed people on other blogs say this is not a removal of just two growths on her left lung, but rather an actual removal of 2/5 of her left lung.

    Liked by 1 person

  10. ol’ RBG just shot to the top of my 2019 deadpool.


  11. MaineCoon says:

    I don’t suppose a dying justice would consider putting her country ahead of her hatred for her president and resign in order that her country can move beyond the drama of her dying. That’s what a person with character would do who is incapable of doing her job.


  12. Boston Bean says:

    I wish her well.
    I wish her health.
    I wish her a long and happy retirement–immediately.

    Liked by 2 people

    • mikeyboo says:

      I had a similar thought: I don’t wish her pain and suffering. I just wish her gone.

      Liked by 1 person

    • gnadfly says:

      Image a person who thinks themselves compassionate and empathetic demanding that an elderly woman work until she’s literally dead. Would you consider that person compassionate and empathetic? Somehow the MSM never questions this.

      Now imagine a person who wants to protect their “legacy” so fervidly that they think they have to work until their death. One has to question how robust that legacy actually is or if it is worth protecting. Now consider that person has been requested several times to step down so those like minded individuals could replace her to protect the legacy. One has to question how sound of mind that person is. Again, somehow the MSM never questions this.


    • Helen says:

      I wish her well. I think being on Death Watch is abhorrent, even for someone I disagree with ideologically.


  13. Piper77 says:

    There’s no way this woman can last much longer on the Supreme Court. She’ll be gone in the next couple months.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. teaforall says:

    Colon Cancer, Pancreatic cancer and now lung cancer.
    Fractrued ribs on L . She is also decompensated with cardiac disease and a stent several years ago
    Wish her well Time to retire and enjoy her family

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  15. John VanMunster says:

    “No indication as to the date of the surgery” Say what? umm, how about the “today” word in the press release???


  16. John Kahr says:

    Did she have the tumors removed, or did the tumors have her removed? I am struggling figuring this one out.


    • covfefe999 says:

      She’s still in the hospital, apparently. I’m hoping TMZ captures some video of her release like they did last time. (I think it was TMZ. Maybe it was Daily Mail.)


    • treehouseron says:

      If you click that thread, other doctors are saying this is nonsense and that it was likely curative, but that she’s so old and in bad shape that she’s got a couple years at most.

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      • covfefe999 says:

        I think we should believe that the letter was factually correct. It referred to “nodules” which means the spots were relatively small, otherwise they would be referred to as “masses”. The Cleveland Clinic web site says the threshold is around 1.2″ in diamater. (That seems large to me!) The letter also states that scans show “no evidence of disease anywhere else in her body” But who knows what scans she had, so I suppose it’s possible that she does have cancerous growths elsewhere. She is so frail and just went through fractured ribs, a lung biopsy, and a serious lung surgery in the span of less than 2 months … she’s definitely not “fine” as she claimed on December 15. If she were on an Obamacare plan like so many others she forced to be on, she would be dead already.


  17. Broseph McGee says:

    If she didn’t fall they might not have caught her tumor in time.


  18. The thing is, I doubt her handlers would tell the public she had inoperable cancer with 6 months to live. They would say all was well until the day she gets put in the ground.

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    • covfefe999 says:

      Just like she herself did at an appearance on Dec 15. She knew at that time that she had nodules. She knew she was going to have a biopsy and probably surgery to remove the nodules. Yet when asked about her health she said “I’m fine”. Liar. She didn’t need to reveal her medical issues but she shouldn’t have lied. I have to laugh at all of the suckers who applauded her “I’m fine” statement at that event … and yesterday were completely blindsided by the news of her surgery.

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  19. Nathan Hale says:

    I’m surprised by many of the comments posted here by MAGA supporters.

    I believe one of the foundational differences between “us and them” is most of us believe in God and with that comes our knowledge of the difference between right and wrong, even when we do the wrong and not the right.

    But some of the comments over the last two days, filled with hatred and wishing the worst for a terribly ill old women, are startling to say the least. Jesus came to save sinners, giving us many examples how we should go and do likewise.

    If I’m wrong about our faith-based differences than there really isn’t much separating us from them after all.


    • Well, it ought to be a moot issue. With all this that she has gone through, if it were anyone else they would have long since retired from the bench. But because she refuses to do so to the point where she will probably die on the court while the country wishes (fervently, I might add) to go in another direction, people are angry, and who can blame them? Her ideology is factually harmful to the entire country. So I dunno what you can reasonably expect from people, even religious folks, when they’re under duress in part because she refuses to do the right thing for both herself and the nation.


      • Nathan Hale says:

        It’s very understandable, being angry with someone for doing wrong, especially the most evil of actions. And we should call them out for their errors.

        But it’s terribly wrong and not reasonable to pray that they die and go to hell and suffer for eternity as some have expressed here. God is not pleased by this behavior and every version of the Bible, both Christian and Hebrew versions, make this abundantly clear.

        The good news is forgiveness is ours for the asking, but go and sin no more. Condemn the behavior and pray for the sinners conversion.


        • Cuppa Covfefe says:

          Amen and well said.

          We should pray for sinners to repent, and for the Gospel to reach everyone, no matter how repugnant they are. In the end, their Salvation rests on their decision to accept Jesus’s atonement for THEIR sins, and repentance, even if at the last minute, like the thief on the cross next to Jesus (note that the other thief neither asked forgiveness, nor repented, so it is a decision on the sinner’s part – you can lead a horse to water, etc.). Even he-whose-name-shall-not-be-mentioned had the opportunity to accept Salvation, repent, and be saved.

          Justice Ginsburg, you are faced with the most important decision of your life; indeed, your eternity. Learn. Turn. Or Burn. Your Choice. Your Eternity. Choose Wisely, for you only have once…

          And for those who wish her ill (or dead), the Bible says, Romans 12:14-21

          14 Bless them which persecute you: bless, and curse not.

          15 Rejoice with them that do rejoice, and weep with them that weep.

          16 Be of the same mind one toward another. Mind not high things, but condescend to men of low estate. Be not wise in your own conceits.

          17 Recompense to no man evil for evil. Provide things honest in the sight of all men.

          18 If it be possible, as much as lieth in you, live peaceably with all men.

          19 Dearly beloved, avenge not yourselves, but rather give place unto wrath: for it is written, Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.

          20 Therefore if thine enemy hunger, feed him; if he thirst, give him drink: for in so doing thou shalt heap coals of fire on his head.

          21 Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good.


        • I don’t think you’re wrong, I am simply aware that we are creatures of limited time and attention. So we may be able to nitpick one another on certain behaviors, that is time and attention consumed that could be better devoted to much larger and more important matters. Straining at a gnat, but missing the camel, so to speak. Or infighting amongst ourselves while the enemy overruns us altogether.

          So while I don’t doubt that people express themselves in ways that are less than ideal, or even sinful, it can be a harmful distraction if there are larger and more urgent matters to attend to first (there are). When issues of expression become of foremost concern because the bigger stuff has been resolved, then my opinion would change, but not today.


          • Nathan Hale says:

            Let me offer an alternative perspective, one that I also often lose track of, and when I do need to re-center my thoughts on the matters of most importance. And please don’t mis-understand, I wouldn’t be here if I didn’t believe we are facing a generational, perhaps multi-generational battle whose outcome may well determine whether this nation can survive, at least in some semblance of the nation that was originally founded.

            So let me get to the point, “more urgent matters”. C.S. Lewis addressed this far more elegantly, but here I go. Nations live, 100 years, 500 years, even more that a 1,000 years. And man’s life on earth is far, far, less. And if that is all there is, then nations and governments are far more important than any individual or even many groups of people.

            But if that is not all there is, and people will live forever, then nothing created by men is more important than that. Everyone of us will either spend eternity after this life in paradise or in absolute hell.

            So I ask you what are the “more urgent matters to attend to first”?

            Sitting on the sidelines and reading so much posted material here that literally puts the poster’s soul in danger of eternal damnation is far more important a matter to address than “just a distraction”.


  20. Linda Jean Burkett says:

    My aunt died from pancreatic cancer in the late ’90s. The surgeon told me that he had gotten all of the tumor but that this cancer always comes back somewhere else. Being on a ventilator sometimes causes a pneumonia, too. The surgery or the disease may not be the primary causes of a death but they always contribute to it.


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