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New ‘Ginsborg’ proposed after recent fall

Posted on 09 November 2018

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New 'Ginsborg' proposed after recent fall

Washington, DC -- The 85-year-old Supreme Court Justice Ruth Ginsburg, who recently suffered injuries from a fall, has had a number of health issues the last few years, and is considered somewhat frail. That might change soon, however, due to recent breakthroughs in medical and robotics technology.

Ginsburg is currently undergoing tests as a candidate to become a cyborg, a half-human/half-robot being, which until recently existed only in the realm of science fiction. Dr. Claude Bertuzzi, an expert cyborgologist, will lead the team of specialists converting Justice Ginsburg into what he is calling "Ginsburg 2.0," or “The Ginsborg.”

Dr. Bertuzzi assured repopters of the safety of the procedure, saying, "I can guarantee she will be no nuttier than she is now."

According to unnamed sources, this extremely expensive, ground-breaking procedure is funded by a coalition of parties known as KeepOurRuth.org, a secretive organization with ties to Google, Planned Parenthood, and the ACLU.

A KeepOurRuth.org spokesperson held a press conference this morning with the following statement about the procedure's purpose and potential benefits. "We all know she's been a bit wobbly the last few years, but we need her on the Supreme Court. Since we can't possibly pass most of our revolutionary ideas in Congress, we need like-minded jurists in the courts to force those ideas on a grateful public. We've been doing that at the Federal Judiciary level for decades, but the Supreme Court is like a weapon of mass destruction for this type of stuff. They can really put a smack-down on all this ‘rule of law’ nonsense if properly staffed. A Ginsburg Cyborg could stay on the court indefinitely as long as spare parts are available."

The spokesperson went on to say, "We're also looking at the same procedure for other prominent ... read more ... Statistics : 1 Post || 74 Views Post by Panem Et Circenses