Ruthenstein: Leftists Lose Minds in Desire to Keep Ruth Bader Ginsburg Alive Through Trumps 2nd Term

July 31, 2018Jul 31, 2018

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s age has been a hot topic of discussion lately. Since Ginsburg is 85 years old, many people are wondering if she will be able last a second Trump term in office.

According to Ginsburg, she plans on serving at least another five years in the Supreme Court, or at least until a Democratic president is elected into office.

“I’m now 85,” said Ginsburg on Sunday. “Justice John Paul Stevens, he stepped down when he was 90, so I think I have about at least five more years.”

Ginsburg stays active in order to remain healthy. She even was the longtime tennis partner of the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Unfortunately for Ginsburg, playing tennis doesn’t give you immortality.

Knowing this, some liberals are getting so desperate to keep Ginsburg alive that they’ve been volunteering to donate their own organs to keep her in the Supreme Court.

There have been multiple people claiming that they will literally donate to her cause.

“I would give Ruth Bader Ginsberg any of my vital organs at this point, before or after my death,” said one Twitter user.

“Dear Justice Ginsberg, I am so happy to hear that you’re going to serve until you’re 90. If you need any organs during that time or any blood donations (I am A+) I’m your girl,” said another.

“I have changed my organ donor status so that now all of my organs go to Ruth Bader Ginsberg EVEN IF I AM STILL ALIVE. We need her now more than ever. I love you RBG,” said Planet Resist, the most useless planet in our solar system.

“I stand by my offer to donate any and all of my organs to Ruth Bater Ginsberg whenever she needs them,” said one more volunteer, who is so invested in the cause that they couldn’t even spell her name correctly.

Ben Shapiro ended the discussion by pointing out one key fact in this whole liberal organ donation strategy: Ginsburg doesn’t even play the organ.

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