Supporters offer to donate organs to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

News of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg having yet another battle with cancer is causing panic among liberals.

Things have gotten so crazy, in fact, that liberals are offering up their own body parts to ensure she stays on the bench.

False Reports

Recently, Justice Ginsburg made a statement that her health was just about 100 percent.

That was not exactly true, though.

Ginsburg has been recovering from a nasty fall for more than a month.

The 85-year-old justice broke three ribs after a fall in her office last month.

During her treatment for the rib injury, doctors discovered Ginsburg once again had cancer.

They had found two cancerous growths in her lungs.

Last week, doctors operated to remove the growths and proclaimed her cancer-free once again.

Reaction to Ginsburg Health

Considering that Ginsburg had never mentioned the cancerous growths prior to the operation, people were very shocked to hear that she had gone under the knife.

Reaction on the left was pure panic.

Hundreds, if not thousands, of her supporters even offered to give up their body parts to ensure Trump did not get to name her successor.

There was also some reaction from the right, which did not go over very well with liberals.

Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly was one of the first to break the news, sending out a tweet reporting that Justice Ginsburg was very sick and that liberals were (predictably) losing their minds over her possibly leaving the bench.

O’Reilly was immediately called every name in the book by liberals, who took his tweet as a morbid attempt at humor.

It just goes to show the double standard in today’s political world.

Liberals threaten and attack conservatives every day, and it causes zero outrage.

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But when O’Reilly reports the news and offers an observation about the liberal reaction, he is made out to be the grim reaper.

Unfortunately, this is the world we live in today.

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