And then there were two, as in President Trump Supreme Court picks.
No problem, as President Trump has a list of 21 Conservatives vetted by the likes of Senator Ted Cruz.
Needless to say, Leftists are looking for new panties, as they have soiled the others thinking of the possibility of two Supreme Court picks by Trump in only his first year.
Who would have believed that Ginsburg would survive Michael Jackson, Prince and George Michael? Nevertheless, the date with destiny comes for every one of us.
Which is why Democrats fear the inevitable.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg has had two types of cancer. And at the ripe at of 83, her health weighs heavily on those pea-sized brains.
As the SF Gate reported, Jeanette Bavwidinski, a community organizer in Pennsylvania is concerned.
“I’m very interested in this.”
“I’m interested in what her daily regimen is. Like, what are you all feeding RBG? Is she getting enough fresh air? Is she walking? Is she staying low-stress? What is she reading? Is she reading low-stress things?”
BizPac Review wrote,
Poor Ruth, I think she is about to get a ton of unsolicited advice from Liberals who are terrified about her leaving the bench during Trump’s term. Ginsburg’s social media accounts, if she has any, will likely soon be filled with healthy eating suggestions and senior citizen cognitive skill-builders and low-impact exercise tips.
“I kept thinking, you know, I could organize a bunch of gays,” John Hagner, a Washington-based Democrat campaign consultant, said. “I could organize the gays, and we would just make a protective circle around her at all times. We could help her get up and down the stairs. We got this.”
Ginsburg isn’t the only Supreme Court Justice the Left should concern themselves with. Breyer, a Clinton appointment is 78. Kennedy, a Reagan appointment is 80, and of course Clarence Thomas. A two-term Trump presidency likely means at least three appointments.
One of only four women to ever serve on the Supreme Court, Ginsburg has been called the mascot of the Left, and she has delivered. She was appointed 23 years ago by Bill Clinton, and her replacement by President Trump would really put one more nail in the coffin of the Clinton legacy.