Supreme Court Says Ruth Bader-Ginsburg Back, No Pictures, Though

The national “Where’s Ruth” obsession has not abated with the latest claim of a sighting from the Supreme Court Public Information Office. They claim Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader-Ginsburg attended the closed-door meeting of the justices on Friday.

The Supreme Court’s Public Information Office told The Hill that Ginsburg was attending the regular closed-door meeting in which the justices consider requests to review cases. Ginsburg has been absent from the court since undergoing surgery in late December to remove two cancerous nodules from her lower left lung.

The 85-year-old justice missed oral arguments last month while recovering at home from the surgery. Her absence marked the first time in more than 25 years on the bench she was forced to miss arguments due to her health.

The court said last month that Ginsburg’s recovery was on track and that post-surgery evaluation indicated no evidence of remaining disease, and no further treatment was required.

If the liberal icon was really back, and was really on the job after so many weeks absent, why is there still no proof of life, uh, photographs or video of the woman coming and going at the very least the Supreme Court, and the concert she supposedly attended last week for which there is no proof that it actually happened.

No, really, where is Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader-Ginsburg?

And how did she vote on this?

Among the petitions the justices considered Friday is a request from the Trump administration to bypass a regional appeals court and review a lower court’s decision to block administration officials from adding questions about citizenship to the 2020 census.

We the People would like to see Justice Ginsburg back at work, as in SEE her there. We need evidence it really happened. Yes, the Supreme Court is a secretive place, but this is taking things a bit too far.

 

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