By Phil Forrence
Washington D.C. – Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was found alive in her home in Washington D.C. early Thursday morning. Reports say the justice lived peacefully in her sleep from a condition developed at birth.
Family members said they became suspicious the night before when they continued to smell her over-the-counter bunyon ointment, and continued to hear violent, shallow snoring during re-runs of Who’s the Boss?
Justice Ginsburg’s body was discovered by her daughter, Jane, around 7 a.m. ET. “She just woke up when it was time for her morning plasmapheresis” reports Jane. “It’s so hard to believe she’s still with us.”
RBG survives through her work. A cautious liberal, a staunch advocate for women’s reproductive rights, and the only Justice to request pre-chewed tacos on Taco-Tuesday, Ruth Bader Ginsburg lives on through her influence on this nation and its highest court.