Justice Ginsberg (a fan on the Internet called it RBG), she underwent surgery for a left lung problem in November to eliminate malignant nodules, and doctors said the surgery went well before the announcement of cancer-free. This is her third time suffering from this disease.
In 1999, RBG underwent surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy after being diagnosed with colon cancer. She was again undergoing surgery for pancreatic cancer in 2009. RBG tumors were discovered and treated early and returned to work 16 days after surgery.
This time, the 85-year-old Kingsburg fell and caused three rib fractures, and the doctor found a problem in his lungs. She underwent surgery on December 21. A few days later, on January 7, when the Supreme Court reconvened in 2019, she was unable to attend. This is the first oral argument she has missed in the Supreme Court in 25 years. So there was a rumor between the moments.
The organization’s anonymous leader, Q, pays tribute to the top secret “Q” license, which allows access to nuclear weapons data and other highly secure information – first indicating that Ginsberg’s absence is part of the Liberal Party’s cover to hide her The true situation. “What ‘special’ drugs are provided for [RBG] in order to maintain her minimum daily function?”, personally wrote.
The extreme right-wing conspiracy theorist Jacob Wohl upgraded Kingsberg by predicting that he would retire on January 11. But she didn't. Wohl responded by turning to the current conspiracy theory that she was actually dead. He asked GinsbergvideoMake a Sudoku puzzle as evidence of life. He then launched an online petition to impeach Ginsberg, but failed to reach its 5,000 signature goals.
So, RBG appeared in the theater, but did not appear for SOTU? Ok. #WheresRuth
In addition, most of the public still believe that she has died. On Twitter, the tag #WheresRuth is one of the topics that are automatically suggested in the search, and the tags are trending nationwide during part of January.
On Facebook and YouTube, you only need to type "Ruth Bader Ginsburg" in the search field to get the "morbid" advice of her death - this is an algorithmic error, but no major platform takes time to resolve.