Breaking: Lib Justice Goes Bonkers At Vax Hearing

United States Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer

( – Happening Now: With a display of unmitigated stupidity at today’s United States Supreme Court hearing about Joe Biden’s heinous vaccine mandates, ultra-liberal Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer demonstrated just how out-of-touch with reality he is and thereby raised serious questions if any vote from him will be based on facts.

As Breitbart points out in a piece headlined “Fact Check: Justice Breyer Suggests Vaccines, Masks Would Prevent 100% of Coronavirus Infections”:

“On Friday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments to consider a stay against the Biden administration’s vaccine mandates on large private employers. Under the rule, enforced by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the federal government would impose a vaccine mandate for the first time, with a “mask-and-test” alternative for unvaccinated workers.”

That’s the background of the hearing. Then, and you need to read this carefully and closely, Breyer, in response to a technical question about the need to issue a fast ruling, said the following:

“So if we delay that one day — maybe I’m wrong, and please tell me if I am — but the numbers I read is when they issued this order, there were approximately 70-something-thousand new cases every day. And yesterday, there were close to 750,000. So if we delay it a day, if it were to have effect, then 750,000 more people will have COVID who otherwise, if we didn’t delay it, would not have…” [emphasis added]

Did you catch it?

As Breitbart points out, Breyer is working on the bonkers belief that vaccines and masks are 100% effective against COVID-19 and that if the Court allows Biden’s employer mandate to go into effect on Monday, it will stop all new cases – currently 750,000/day – of COVID.

Here’s how Breitbart phrases it:

Breyer is probably correct that it would make a “difference,” but not that it would prevent 750,000 new cases. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) notes that “since vaccines are not 100% effective at preventing infection, some people who are fully vaccinated will still get COVID-19.” It adds: “Getting vaccinated is the best way to slow the spread of COVID-19 and to prevent infection by Delta or other variants.” It notes that wearing masks in indoor public spaces offers “better” protection against the spread of coronavirus, but does not say that masks prevent all possible viral transmission.” [emphasis added]

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