The 87-year-old, who previously died – or so it seemed – and came back from the dead had in the past undergone radiation treatments for a cancer diagnosis that supposedly left her “cancer-free.” Now, however, she is said to be suffering through another bout of cancer that returned.
“On May 19, I began a course of chemotherapy (gemcitabine) to treat a recurrence of cancer,” Ginsburg supposedly wrote in a recent public statement. “A periodic scan in February followed by a biopsy revealed lesions on my liver. My recent hospitalizations to remove gall stones and treat an infection were unrelated to this recurrence.”
Ginsburg went on to explain that her first immunotherapy essay “proved unsuccessful.” She is now trying chemotherapy, which she claims “is yielding positive results.”
“Satisfied that my treatment course is now clear, I am providing this update,” she went on to state.
In her most recent scan, taken on July 7, Ginsburg says oncologists observed a “significant reduction of the liver lesions and no new disease.” As for how she is responding to the chemotherapy treatments, Ginsburg says they are going “well” and that she is “encouraged by the success” of it.
“I will continue bi-weekly chemotherapy to keep my cancer at bay, and am able to maintain an active daily routine,” the statement, supposedly from Ginsburg, goes on to read. “Throughout, I have kept up with opinion writing and all other Court work,” she added, indicating that she has no plans to retire anytime soon.
Unless Ginsburg makes a public, in-the-flesh appearance, none of this can be verified
As we earlier reported, Fox News had mysteriously put up a memorial image for Ginsburg back in 2019 that implied she had already died. This was never really talked about again, and the mainstream media at large continued to claim that Ginsburg was alive but not making public appearances.
Now, we are being told that Ginsburg is still in and out of the hospital for cancer, and up until this point she has been “working from home.” And conveniently enough, she is not planning to retire ever, it would seem, which is questionable at best.
The world deserves to know if Ginsburg is truly alive, and the only way to prove it would be for her to make a public appearance live. Will this ever happen, though? Probably not. Instead, we will all be expected to just take the media at its word with mystery letters like the one referenced above that were supposedly written by Ginsburg from behind closed doors.
That this alleged letter from Ginsburg emphasizes that she is planning to “remain a member of the Court as long as I can do the job full steam” is highly suspicious, especially since it was footnoted with the statement, “I remain fully able to do that.”
The last time the world saw Ginsburg she was barely able to hold up her head. Now, we are expected to believe that she is doing just fine, and is fully capable of continuing on in her judicial career without a hitch despite undergoing intense regimens of chemotherapy?
Keep in mind that Ginsburg has battled pancreatic cancer, liver cancer, and lung cancer. She has supposedly undergone every conventional remedy in the book, in addition to having a stent placed in her bile duct. How someone of her age and stature could realistically endure all of these things and still have a functioning brain, especially after suffering from “chemo brain,” simply does not add up, does it?
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