Liberal SCOTUS Justices Spread Massive Covid Misinformation, ‘100,000’ Kids In ‘Serious Condition’

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Conservatives get busted by the mainstream media and social networking platforms on a daily basis for spreading “misinformation” about Covid-19.

Obviously, that’s just the left’s way of suppressing voices with which they disagree.

But here you have some of the highest-ranking unelected officials in America talking absolute, complete nonsense about the virus, yet you can be sure their words will not come under scrutiny.

What a shame.

Check out this thread:

J. Sotomayor says Omicron is as deadly as Delta.

J. Sotomayor says over 100K children in serious condition, “many on ventilators”

LISTEN:

Here is Justice Sotomayor saying that “hospitals are almost all full capacity” and there are “over 100,000 children” hospitalized with covid “many on ventilators.

None of those things are true. Not even close.

Kagan: “We know the best way to prevent spread is for people to get vaccinated.”

Kakistocracy.

There is literally zero evidence that these vaccines prevent Omicron infections.



#SCOTUS arguments on OSHA mandate already a tad feisty. J. Kagan says getting vaxxed is best way to stop the spread. J. Breyer says hospitals are full to the max. J. Sotomayor says it’s not a vax mandate – it’s a mask mandate. (OSHA reg allows mask/test option for unvaxxed)

LISTEN:

Justice Breyer says that there were “750 million new covid cases yesterday”

There are 330 million people who live in America which means everyone apparently got covid twice in the last 24 hours.

Breyer just said that all 700,000 infections occurring tomorrow would be prevented if a vax mandate was in place & the lawyer did not dispute this. This is who is in charge of your fate without legislation.

Breyer: can they say we don’t want anyone with diptheria walking into the facility?

Osete: yes, they can say that.

Breyer: so why can’t they say, we don’t want you walking around unvaccinated??

Justices Sotomayor and Breyer just put more covid misinformation into the Supreme Court record than MTG ever has on Twitter

From Gateway Pundit:

The CDC on Friday said 4 in 100,000 children admitted to hospitals are infected with Covid.

The children are in the hospital with Covid, not necessarily because of Covid and they are less likely to need ventilators:

From New York Times:

More than four in 100,000 children aged 4 years or younger admitted to hospitals were infected with the coronavirus as of Jan. 1 — double the rate reported a month ago, and about three times the rate this time last year.

Children infected with the variant are still at much less risk of becoming severely ill than adults, and even young children seem less likely to need ventilators than those admitted during previous surges, experts said.

“We have not yet seen a signal that there is any increased severity in this age demographic,” Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the C.D.C.’s director, told reporters at a news briefing on Friday. She noted that similar worries about the Delta variant had proved to be unfounded.

And here’s something that will NEVER happen…

The Supreme Court should quickly issue a public correction to this incorrect information.

H/T: Right Scoop

This story syndicated with permission from Johnny Salvatore – Trending Politics

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