There was talk last year that left-wing Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg would step down due to serious health concerns.
But that was before a career-defining case may make its way before the Supreme Court.
And now Ruther Bader Ginsberg will have to make a choice that no one thought was possible.
Ruth Bader Ginsberg is the leader of the extreme leftist bloc on the Supreme Court.
Ginsberg is the left’s lion arguing in favor of radical, un-American positions such as restricting political speech, grabbing guns, and snuffing out babies’ lives in abortion mills.
Some court watchers thought Ginsberg might retire after doctors removed two cancerous tumors from her lungs.
But no one believes that is likely anymore.
Ginsberg will stay on the court to fight the attempts by Alabama, Georgia, Missouri, Ohio and other red states that are seeking to end the horrors of abortion.
Alabama Governor Kay Ivey recently signed the strongest pro-life bill yet into law.
The legislation protects life at every stage and only provides an exception for the health of the mother.
Doctors who kill innocent babies face jail sentences of up to 99 years in prison for carrying out this senseless act.
Liberal activists promised swift legal challenges.
That means this issue is coming to a head just as the calendar turns to 2020 and the Presidential election heats up.
The Supreme Court has taken a pass on the issue since the 1992 Planned Parenthood v. Casey decision – that was written by Justice Anthony Kennedy – reaffirmed the disastrous Roe v. Wade opinion.
But now that Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh are on the Supreme Court, pro-life activists feel renewed optimism that now is the time to correct one of the biggest travesties in American history.
And with the number of states passing heartbeat bills that protect the life of unborn babies, the Supreme Court can no longer look the other way.
Conservatives were heartened by an opinion Justice Clarence Thomas authored in favor of overturning a 40 year-old precedent on state’s sovereign immunity from lawsuits.
Justice Thomas wrote that the Court would not be bound by “erroneous precedent.”
That sent a shiver down the spine of pro-abortion fanatics like Ginsberg.
At the very least, the conservative majority on the Supreme Court will gut Roe v. Wade.
If Chief Justice John Roberts has the courage to withstand the fake news media pressure campaign, then Roberts will go all the way and cast his vote to undo one of the most tragic decisions in United States history.
So there is no chance Roe survives if Ginsberg retires.
And abortion is the Holy Grail for liberal judicial opinions.
But if the conservatives on the Court summon the courage to overturn Roe, some pundits believe Ginsberg may retire – especially if Donald Trump wins re-election in 2020.
With abortion off the table, Ginsberg may not wish to stick around and futilely watch her social agendas on America unravel case by case.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.