Saturday, January 8, 2022

Sotomayor repeats lies as Supreme Court argues over Biden's COVID shot mandate

Sonia Sotomayor, whose U.S. Supreme Court career inauspiciously launched with a number of claims about her lies, on Friday ran up the flagpole a series of claims about COVID that, while repeated regularly to bolster the vaccine idolization of the Biden administration, were just wrong.

"We have over 100,000 children," she claimed, "…in serious condition and many on ventilators."

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.

— Greg Price (@greg_price11) January 7, 2022

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She immediately was called out on social media, and the PostMillennial report captured that.

"To date, per the CDC, 694 children between the ages of 0-17 have died with COVID. As to hospitalizations, many children are hospitalized who are found to have COVID, but are not admitted with COVID symptoms as a cause," the report confirmed.

"Dr. Anthony Fauci recently noted that many of these were not hospitalizations due to COVID, but instead were with COVID. He said that children who were admitted to the hospital for any reason were tested for COVID, meaning that many children who seek medical treatment for other reasons are found to have COVID."

On social media, Greg Price addressed Sotomayor's wild claims: "None of those things are true. Not even close."