With the Supreme Court hearing the debate over the Biden administration trying to force the jab on the country, Americans were hoping that the court would be the voice of reason between the people and the government. But that might not appear to be the case as Justice Sonia Sotomayor made some startling comments about the number of COVID-19 cases being seen in children. 

On Friday, Justice Sotomayor stated, “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.”

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It wouldn’t be long after the Justice’s statements that CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky would be pressed on the matter. Even she admitted the number was far less than 100,000 and sits more around 3,500. She added, “While pediatric hospitalizations are rising, they are still about 15-fold less than hospitalizations of our older age demographics.”

But while some might just believe Sotomayor got her facts wrong or is just ignorant on the matter, Tucker Carlson spoke with JD Vance, a Republican running for Senate in Ohio, about the Biden administration and their COVID-19 agenda.

Although they might promote public safety and health, Vance pointed out how the evidence shows when it came to COVID-19, the main objective was turning a profit. Showing how a simple shred of misinformation can lead to hysteria and overreaction, Vance also placed the blame at the feet of President Joe Biden, who he said had “blood on his hands” for forcing the jab instead of offering multiple solutions. 

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