Claiming to want to shut down the COVID-19 virus, not the economy, President Joe Biden would reveal a slew of mandates that were supposed to help stop the spread of the virus and end the pandemic. But like most of the agendas presented by the Biden administration, it didn’t work out as planned as their so-called miracle drug doesn’t stop the spread of COVID-19 or even one from contracting it. According to the White House, the only benefit of getting the jab is it will keep people from getting seriously ill. But while President Biden tried to force the jab on the country, Americans fought back to the point that the Supreme Court is now hearing the issue, and some Justices are asking some serious questions. 

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Although Americans were hoping the highest court in the country would side with their medical freedom, it appeared that Justices like Sonia Sotomayor have bought into the COVID-19 hysteria that the liberal media and Democrats have promoted. She falsely claimed, “We have hospitals that are almost at full capacity with people severely ill on ventilators. We have over 100,000 children, which we’ve never had before, in serious condition, many on ventilators.” 

It should be noted as of January 8th, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released data only showing around 5,000 children in care centers for suspected COVID-19. 

While Sotomayor might be feeding into the hysteria, another Justice, Clarence Thomas, isn’t having it. In the video, which can be watched above, Justice Thomas asked a simple question that Big Pharma definitely doesn’t want to answer. “Is a vaccine the only way to treat covid?”

Speaking to the Supreme Court, Elizabeth Prelogar, the U.S. Solicitor General, noted that the drug made by Pfizer and Moderna is somehow the most effective way of targeting all the hazards identified by the government. But to this day, COVID-19 is still around. 

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