Last Updated on January 8, 2022
Three vaccine injections failed to prevent a lawyer arguing against Joe Biden’s OSHA vaccine mandate in the Supreme Court from being infected with COVID-19.
Two lawyers arguing against Joe Biden’s OSHA vaccine mandate in the Supreme Court have tested positive for COVID-19.
Three injections of the COVID-19 vaccines were unable to prevent Ohio Solicitor General Benjamin Flowers from catching the virus. As a result, he will now have to make his case to the Supreme Court virtually.
Flowers was reportedly dealing with “exceptionally mild” symptoms and has recovered.
Louisiana’s Solicitor General Liz Murrill, whose vaccination status is not known, will make her case over the phone.
Biden’s OSHA mandate targets private companies with over 100 workers, requiring them to be vaccinated or tested weekly for COVID-19, despite the vaccines being unable to prevent individuals from contracting or spreading the virus.
The Supreme Court’s oral arguments over Biden’s OSHA vaccine mandate on Friday were rife with lies and disinformation about the coronavirus and vaccines, National File previously reported.
In particular, Leftist Justice Sonia Sotomayor told several lies. For instance, the Obama-appointee erroneously claimed that U.S. “hospitals are almost all full capacity” due to COVID-19 infections, adding falsely that there are “over 100,000 children” hospitalized with the virus in “serious condition” and “on ventilators.”
It is a fact that children are the least at risk to be hospitalized, and the seven-day average of pediatric hospitalizations was around 3,700 this week, according to the Washington Post.
Mainstream media outlets, along with the heads of Modena and Pfizer, are raising the prospect of a fourth COVID-19 vaccine injection as vaccinated people continue to be infected with the virus.
Is is unclear why the Biden regime would require individuals to be vaccinated, when three vaccine injections have been frequently proven to fail to prevent people from being infected.
Biden’s own Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin, who has received three vaccine injections, wears a mask, and a face shield, was infected with the virus last week. He to had forced all military servicemembers to be injected with the COVID-19 vaccines, despite them being unable to prevent the transmission of the virus.