Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is leaving. The Supreme Court has been forced to change how it currently operates, and people are stunned. No one expected this to happen.
“Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is out of the hospital after being admitted for nonsurgical treatment,” reported the Washington Examiner. During her stay, the court streamed oral arguments to her hospital room.
According to reports, Ginsburg had a gallbladder condition that required hospitalization, but only for a short time. She apparently suffered “from a gallstone that has migrated to her cystic duct, blocking it and causing an infection.”
Now that she is out of the hospital, the 87-year-old justice — who has served on the Supreme Court since 1993 — will return to normalcy, but the Supreme Court has been holding oral arguments virtually instead of in-person.
That said, many continue to wonder when Ginsburg will choose to retire after nearly 30 years on the court. It is possible that she will see how the election ends up first and make a decision from there.
However, there’s also a good chance that if President Donald Trump is re-elected — which, he will be, in spite of Democrats’ claims — Ginsburg will retire. She is a strong lady, but four more years seems like a stretch.
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