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Sunday News Roundup: John Roberts Betrays America Again, and Anthony Fauci Isn’t Sure
April 11, 2021 by David Blackmon
The New York Post’s social media guru could have ended the title of this tweet at “not sure”:
From the story at the Post:
It’s been some five weeks since Texas lifted its mask mandate, and there has yet to be an explosion of COVID-19 cases.
It’s something Dr. Anthony Fauci can’t quite explain.
“I’m not really quite sure,” he told MSNBC this week. “It could be they’re doing things outdoors.”
Daily cases in Texas hovered above 7,000 in early March, when Gov. Greg Abbott lifted the state’s mask rules, leaving it up to individuals and organizations to make their own decisions.
Now, according to the Centers for Disease Control, new cases of COVID-19 are under 4,000.
Fauci noted there can be a delay in how and when cases manifest.
“Often you have to wait a few weeks before you see the effect of what you’re doing right now,” he said.
“I hope they continue to tick down. If they do, that would be great but there’s always the concern when you pull back on methods — particularly on things like indoor dining and bars that are crowded — you could see a delay and then all of a sudden tick right back up,” he said.
“We’ve been fooled before by situations where people begin to open back up. Nothing happens and then all of a sudden several weeks later things explode on you, so we’ve got to be careful we don’t prematurely judge that,” he added.
Now, understand that this Little Menace to Society, Anthony Fauci, has been running around the country for more than a year now proclaiming without any doubt at all that the incubation time for this viral gift from China is two weeks. TWO WEEKS. Yet, as the story notes, Gov. Abbott lifted the idiotic, worthless mask order in Texas FIVE weeks ago now, and the state’s numbers of cases and deaths have dropped dramatically over that time.
So, we’re three weeks past the Fauci-promoted incubation time here in Texas and have not seen the increase in cases that both Fauci and our national Sock Puppet-in-Chief, China Joe predicted would happen, yet, the Little Menace “isn’t sure” why that is the case.
Presumably, the Little Menace also “isn’t sure” how to explain the reality expressed in this chart compiled from official CDC data on the China virus:
Here’s the easy explanation: Texas and Mississippi dramatically DOWN since lifting their mask orders; Michigan, New Jersey and New York, all of which have kept their mask orders in religiously in place, dramatically UP across the same period of time. Because science, right?
Mr. Fauci can’t explain any of this. He “isn’t sure” why this has happened, just as he has not been “sure” about literally anything about this virus, other than the fact that it happened to originate in a Wuhan lab to which his own National Institutes of Health has sent billions of U.S. dollars over the past 20 years. That part, he’s no doubt very sure about.
This little propagandist is a pure menace to our entire society. A sensible, just society would have put him in prison by now, or at the very least locked him away in some isolation area to ensure he can never show his face on television again. Instead, he will no doubt make several appearances on the Sunday network TV propaganda shows today, in which he will continue to spread his false, constantly-conflicting propaganda and not be able to explain why he has been wrong about literally everything about this virus for 15 solid months now.
At what point do we all just admit that John Roberts is just one more abject failure by George W. Bush? – A year after it was implemented, the Supreme Court of the United States finally got around to declaring California Governor Gavin Newsom’s order shutting down church services in his state to be a violation of the First Amendment to the Constitution on Friday in a 5-4 decision. Not surprisingly, the supposedly “conservative” chief justice, the clearly-compromised John Roberts, sided with the three communists on the court in a dissenting opinion that basically says, hey, what First Amendment?
From a story at ScotusBlog:
In an unsigned opinion, the majority wrote that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit’s failure to put California’s COVID restrictions on hold was “erroneous.” The Supreme Court’s decisions in earlier challenges to COVID-related restrictions have, the justices wrote, “made several points clear.” Among other things, the majority stressed, government regulations are subject to heightened scrutiny whenever they treat any secular activity more favorably than religious activity; it doesn’t matter that the state also treats some secular businesses or activities poorly. Moreover, the majority added, a case may remain a live controversy even if the government changes the policy – particularly when, as here, “officials with a track record of ‘moving the goalposts’ retain authority to reinstate those heightened restrictions at any time.”
In her dissent, Kagan contended that the First Amendment “requires that a State treat religious conduct as well as the State treats comparable secular conduct.” That, she wrote, is what California has done, by adopting “a blanket restriction on at-home gatherings of all kinds.” California doesn’t have to treat at-home religious gatherings “the same as hardware stores and hair salons,” she contended.
Note that stunning declaration by the commie Kagan: the First Amendment “requires that a State treat religious conduct as well as the State treats comparable secular conduct.”
Here’s a reminder of what the First Amendment actually says: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
It has long been established by the courts that the word “congress” applies to government at all levels in our society, and Kagan’s opinion does not attempt to dispute that. But her contention that a state must only “treat religious conduct as well as the State treats comparable secular conduct” is stunning, and the fact that a supposedly “conservative” jurist would agree with that contention is even more stunning, and shows just how precariously-situated our rights in this country truly are.
If Kagan’s absurd contention were correct, then the Constitution would, in addition to a prohibition on government to restrict the exercise of religion, contain amendments prohibiting government from restricting the exercise of going to movies, or rock concerts, or Broadway shows, or other secular public gatherings similar to going to church. But the Constitution does not do that: It specifically singles out the free exercise of religion, and nothing more.
This was a 5-4 decision, folks, with the dissent involving 3 overt commies and a closet commie who isn’t really much in the closet anymore. Various news reports on the decision said something along the lines of “John Roberts sided with the 3 liberals on the court” in describing Roberts’ latest betrayal of this country. At what point do we simply recognize that John Roberts is no “conservative,” and is in fact just part of a 4-member commie minority on the court at this point?
George W. Bush made a lot of mistakes – too many to properly catalogue, in fact. But of all those mistakes, the appointment of John Roberts is proving to be his worst.
That is all.
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