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Ruth Bader Ginsburg worked through her fifth bout of cancer to help shape a blockbuster Supreme Court term
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This February, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg reached the halfway mark of an unprecedented Supreme Court term, staring down what would be a momentous spring.
Behind closed doors, the justices had already cast preliminary votes on disputes concerning immigration, LGBTQ rights and the Second Amendment and they had voted to add even more blockbuster cases to an already bursting docket on issues related to abortion, Obamacare and President Donald Trump's tax returns.
Unbeknownst to the public, however, Ginsburg was battling another front. On the cusp of her 87th birthday, routine health scans in February revealed a recurrence of cancer with new lesions on her liver.
|I certainly don't wish ill on her, but the sooner we get rid of her the better, preferably before DJT's first term is up.
That way, if he isn't reelected, at least we'll be able to get a 5-justice majority without risking anything on Roberts.