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Well, if true, gotta give her kudus for being a tough old lizzard. Probably used a ton of cannabis to eradicate that cancer...
 

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Most people don't beat pancreatic cancer once....let alone FOUR times. Either they're lying or she really does drink the blood of children.
She probably does I.V. transfusions. Stomach acid would destroy alot of the bloods properties.
 

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She’d be 91 when Trump leaves office in 5 years. I just want him to have the pick - Amy Barret
 

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One person's thought on the subject.....

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1199495313473454081.html


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Nov 26th 2019, 10 tweets, 2 min read

1/ I present the following only because you are curious and this is just my speculation albeit an educated guess. The important facts that we know regarding RBG's pancreatic cancer are: In 2009, she had cancer in distal part of her pancreas that got resected and cured.
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2/ In August, they found another cancer in the remaining portion of her pancreas (head/proximal part) for which she received stereotactic radio-ablation ONLY without chemo or surgery, and also she got a biliary stent.

3/ Based on this limited info, it can be deduced that 1) she has at a minimum unresectable or Locally Advanced pancreatic cancer (LAPC), 2) she may or may not have distant metastases (in Jan 2019, they found 2 small malignant lung nodules

4/ that could have been metastases), 3) she got the biliary stent as a palliative/quality of life improvement measure. Now, with that diagnosis, and knowing that she got no chemo after radioablation which only served as tumor debulking,

5/ we can expect her pancreatic cancer (most likely adenocarcinoma; they would have already mentioned the cell type if she had a "better" neuroendocrine type) to be regrowing at the margins of the radioablation.

6/ This regrowth has now led to her most recent hospitalization with sepsis (fever and chills after "stomach bug") most likely caused by obstruction of her biliary stent. As this malignant tumor spreads further,

7/ it would invade adjacent organs such as duodenum, mesenteric neurovasculature (which are probably already involved), stomach, liver and peritoneal cavity. I suspect that she might already be in pain (probably controlled by the likes of opioids that can alter/decrease

8/ her mental capacity) which would only progress. As the adjacent organs get invaded by cancer, symptoms such as abdominal pain and bloating, inability to eat, abdominal distension can follow. Generalized symptoms such as fatigue and psychological issues

9/ such as major depression are quite common in these patients. The median survival for patients with unresectable pancreatic cancer without chemo is probably less than 6 months.

10/ To answer your question of "when will she have to leave" the SCOTUS, I think it depends on how desperate she and her political
allies are. I would predict she would be leaving by late Spring or Summer.
 
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Here's what the whore thinks.......

https://thehill.com/homenews/senate...icial-nominee-freeze-during-impeachment-trial



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Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) on Wednesday called for a moratorium on judicial nominees during President Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate, citing a similar pause during former President Clinton’s trial in 1999.
“The president is charged with high crimes and misdemeanors, and the Senate must take seriously its constitutional role in this process,” Harris said in a statement. “During the time when articles of impeachment are before the Senate, it would be wholly inappropriate to advance the president’s nominees to the federal judiciary.”
Harris’s statement notes that between the delivery of the Clinton articles of impeachment to the Senate and the Senate’s verdict on Feb. 12, 1999, the Senate Judiciary Committee did not convene any nomination hearings or advance any nominations to confirmation votes. While Senate committees cannot hold votes during impeachment trials, they are free to hold hearings.
Harris echoed her call for a moratorium in a tweet Wednesday afternoon.


The Hill has reached out to Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham’s (R-S.C.) office for comment.
A spokesperson for the committee told The Hill they would not comment on the specifics of Harris's statement but noted a markup in the committee scheduled for Thursday.
 

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Senator Kamala Harris should shut her mouth.
Just my opinion.
Like assholes, everyone has one.
 

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One person's thought on the subject.....

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au ng
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Nov 26th 2019, 10 tweets, 2 min read

1/ I present the following only because you are curious and this is just my speculation albeit an educated guess. The important facts that we know regarding RBG's pancreatic cancer are: In 2009, she had cancer in distal part of her pancreas that got resected and cured.
2/ In August, they found another cancer in the remaining portion of her pancreas (head/proximal part) for which she received stereotactic radio-ablation ONLY without chemo or surgery, and also she got a biliary stent.

3/ Based on this limited info, it can be deduced that 1) she has at a minimum unresectable or Locally Advanced pancreatic cancer (LAPC), 2) she may or may not have distant metastases (in Jan 2019, they found 2 small malignant lung nodules

4/ that could have been metastases), 3) she got the biliary stent as a palliative/quality of life improvement measure. Now, with that diagnosis, and knowing that she got no chemo after radioablation which only served as tumor debulking,

5/ we can expect her pancreatic cancer (most likely adenocarcinoma; they would have already mentioned the cell type if she had a "better" neuroendocrine type) to be regrowing at the margins of the radioablation.

6/ This regrowth has now led to her most recent hospitalization with sepsis (fever and chills after "stomach bug") most likely caused by obstruction of her biliary stent. As this malignant tumor spreads further,

7/ it would invade adjacent organs such as duodenum, mesenteric neurovasculature (which are probably already involved), stomach, liver and peritoneal cavity. I suspect that she might already be in pain (probably controlled by the likes of opioids that can alter/decrease

8/ her mental capacity) which would only progress. As the adjacent organs get invaded by cancer, symptoms such as abdominal pain and bloating, inability to eat, abdominal distension can follow. Generalized symptoms such as fatigue and psychological issues

9/ such as major depression are quite common in these patients. The median survival for patients with unresectable pancreatic cancer without chemo is probably less than 6 months.

10/ To answer your question of "when will she have to leave" the SCOTUS, I think it depends on how desperate she and her political
allies are. I would predict she would be leaving by late Spring or Summer.
If what this guy thinks, actually happens....
Donald Trump will get to nominate a 3rd person to the Supreme Court. That is much more than I dreamed possible back in 2016.
 

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One person's thought on the subject.....

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1199495313473454081.html


au ng
@athein1
Nov 26th 2019, 10 tweets, 2 min read

1/ I present the following only because you are curious and this is just my speculation albeit an educated guess. The important facts that we know regarding RBG's pancreatic cancer are: In 2009, she had cancer in distal part of her pancreas that got resected and cured.
2/ In August, they found another cancer in the remaining portion of her pancreas (head/proximal part) for which she received stereotactic radio-ablation ONLY without chemo or surgery, and also she got a biliary stent.

3/ Based on this limited info, it can be deduced that 1) she has at a minimum unresectable or Locally Advanced pancreatic cancer (LAPC), 2) she may or may not have distant metastases (in Jan 2019, they found 2 small malignant lung nodules

4/ that could have been metastases), 3) she got the biliary stent as a palliative/quality of life improvement measure. Now, with that diagnosis, and knowing that she got no chemo after radioablation which only served as tumor debulking,

5/ we can expect her pancreatic cancer (most likely adenocarcinoma; they would have already mentioned the cell type if she had a "better" neuroendocrine type) to be regrowing at the margins of the radioablation.

6/ This regrowth has now led to her most recent hospitalization with sepsis (fever and chills after "stomach bug") most likely caused by obstruction of her biliary stent. As this malignant tumor spreads further,

7/ it would invade adjacent organs such as duodenum, mesenteric neurovasculature (which are probably already involved), stomach, liver and peritoneal cavity. I suspect that she might already be in pain (probably controlled by the likes of opioids that can alter/decrease

8/ her mental capacity) which would only progress. As the adjacent organs get invaded by cancer, symptoms such as abdominal pain and bloating, inability to eat, abdominal distension can follow. Generalized symptoms such as fatigue and psychological issues

9/ such as major depression are quite common in these patients. The median survival for patients with unresectable pancreatic cancer without chemo is probably less than 6 months.

10/ To answer your question of "when will she have to leave" the SCOTUS, I think it depends on how desperate she and her political
allies are. I would predict she would be leaving by late Spring or Summer.
FUCK! Even GOD can't KILL her!
 

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MAYBE A SIGN: RBG is not at the SOTU tonight.
 

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The notorious rbg is missing from the SOTU...…...………...…………..
 

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how pathetic is it that you are so in love with yourself and your own inconsequential beliefs, that you put that above your country and that country giving you the op to serve in one of the highest positions in the land?

I mean seriously, why 2 leggahs have such opinions of themselves I will never understand
 

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I think she's on ice. When was it that Fox showed a graphic saying she had passed died? Any way, I think that's when they put her on ice.

Shoot, Trump may get the opportunity to replace the chief justice. I think someone has has some dirt on him. Perhaps it will become exposed and lead to a resignation or something similar.

We'll see.
 

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I think she's on ice. When was it that Fox showed a graphic saying she had passed died? Any way, I think that's when they put her on ice.

Shoot, Trump may get the opportunity to replace the chief justice. I think someone has has some dirt on him. Perhaps it will become exposed and lead to a resignation or something similar.

We'll see.
Something’s not quite right with the Chief. I wouldn’t mind seeing him step aside.
 

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Trump said at the SOTU we placed X number of judges & have a lot more ready to go.
 

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Anyone else notice the "stank-tuary state" comment. I don't know if that was a slip of his tongue or a direct dig at San Fran Nancy that he could play off.

Still, priceless.
 

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Could not help but notice the resemblance! This is a really old pic of rbg!

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https://www.dailysignal.com/2020/02...says-its-too-late-for-equal-rights-amendment/


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‘I’d Like It to Start Over’: Ginsburg Says It’s Too Late for Equal Rights Amendment
Kevin Daley / @kevindaleydc / February 11, 2020 / 43 Comments

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg urged supporters of the Equal Rights Amendment Monday to begin the amendment process anew, rather than reviving a ratification campaign that has been dormant since the 1980s.

The justice’s comments, which align with the Trump administration’s views, come amid late-breaking efforts to ratify a constitutional amendment guaranteeing equal rights to all citizens regardless of sex. With Virginia’s ratification of the amendment in January, supporters of the renewed ERA push say the requisite number of states have approved the measure.

“I would like to see a new beginning,” Ginsburg said during an event at the Georgetown University Law Center. “I’d like it to start over. There’s too much controversy about late-comers.”

Litigation on the subject is pending before a federal trial judge in Washington, D.C., and may well reach the Supreme Court, making Ginsburg’s comments Monday night most unusual.
In these trying times, we must turn to the greatest document in the history of the world to promise freedom and opportunity to its citizens for guidance. Find out more now >>

Congress passed a joint resolution proposing the ERA in 1972 and gave the states seven years to approve or reject the amendment. Three-quarters of the states, or 38 of the 50, must approve constitutional amendments.

When the seven-year deadline lapsed, only 35 states had ratified the ERA, so Congress extended the deadline by another three years. Further ratification efforts proved unavailing, and five states even rescinded their prior approval of the amendment.

Virginia’s January ratification of the ERA followed Nevada’s in 2017 and Illinois’ in 2018. Democratic attorneys general in those states sued the archivist of the U.S. in January, arguing the National Archives must recognize their belated ratifications and put the ERA into effect. The archivist is the government official responsible for publishing new amendments once all formal criteria have been satisfied.

The National Archives asked the Department of Justice for guidance after state officials and members of Congress asked the archivist to certify the tardy ratifications. The department’s Office of Legal Counsel produced a memo advising that the states cannot ratify an amendment once the congressionally imposed deadline has passed.

The Office of Legal Counsel opinion did not address the question of whether the states can rescind prior ratification. Ginsburg said it is difficult to establish in principle how one could recognize overdue ratifications but ignore recensions during her remarks Monday night.

“A number of states have withdrawn their ratification,” Ginsburg said. “If you count a late-comer on the plus side, how can you disregard states that said, ‘We’ve changed our minds’?”

Ginsburg is a longtime advocate of the Equal Rights Amendment, having urged its adoption on the grounds that other provisions of the Constitution do not expressly establish the equality of men and women.

“I would like to show my granddaughters that the equal citizenship stature of men and women is a fundamental human right,” Ginsburg said Monday. “It should be right up there with free speech, freedom of religion, [and] bans on discrimination based on race or national origin.”

“The union will be more perfect when that simple statement that men and women are persons of equal citizenship stature is part of our fundamental instrument of government,” Ginsburg added.
 

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Could not help but notice the resemblance! This is a really old pic of rbg!
“I would like to show my granddaughters that the equal citizenship stature of men and women is a fundamental human right,” Ginsburg said Monday. “It should be right up there with free speech, freedom of religion, [and] bans on discrimination based on race or national origin.”

“The union will be more perfect when that simple statement that men and women are persons of equal citizenship stature is part of our fundamental instrument of government,” Ginsburg added.
She's a wiley old bird. I don't think there is anything simple about that amendment. Citizens have equal rights under the law already, when it is applied fairly. So that means there is an agenda of misleading the public about this amendment.
 

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Could this be it???

FWIW

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Edit: It looks now to be a fake tweet, damn!
 

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I'd rather see her in a cryogenic chamber, waiting for a head transplant.
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NO !!!! THAT BRAIN IS NOT ALLOWED TO LIVE LONGER. WHAT DA H.E.L.L. ARE YOU THINKING ? ( Yes, I am yelling)
 

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NO !!!! THAT BRAIN IS NOT ALLOWED TO LIVE LONGER. WHAT DA H.E.L.L. ARE YOU THINKING ? ( Yes, I am yelling)
Hey, I said waiting for a transplant. And waiting and waiting, in permanent deep freeze, until scientists find a cure for Lunatic Leftism.
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Nothing..... .really?
 

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I'd rather see her in a cryogenic chamber, waiting for a head transplant.
YeeeHawwww, I had a small sheet metal shop about 50 feet from the one in Riverside, Ca. Many that knew about it, were uncomfortable with it ! :belly laugh: