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Justice Brett Kavanaugh Tests Positive For COVID-19 Despite Being ‘Fully Vaccinated’

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Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has tested positive for coronavirus despite being “fully vaccinated” against the virus since January” of this year.

Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, despite being “fully vaccinated,” has come down with a case of coronavirus. This comes as Big Pharma, the federal government, multinational corporations, and international health authorities insist on the vaccines “effectiveness.”

The Supreme Court Office of Public Information issued a release informing the American public that Justice Kavanaugh had tested positive for COVID-19 despite being “fully vaccinated since January.”

“On Thursday, per the Court’s regular testing protocols, Justice Kavanaugh had a routine Covid test ahead of Justice Barrett’s investiture on Friday. On Thursday evening, Justice Kavanaugh was informed that he had tested positive for Covid-19,” reads the release. “He has no symptoms and has been fully vaccinated since January.” As a result of Justice Kavanaugh testing positive for the coronavirus, he will not be attending Justice Barrett’s investiture.

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While the federal government, multinational corporations, international health authorities, and major pharmaceutical companies insist that the coronavirus vaccines are effective, “fully vaccinated” people continue to be infected with COVID-19.

National File’s Jack Hadfield previously reported that an Oklahoma teacher was hospitalized after catching COVID-19, despite taking three doses of the Pfizer vaccine, including the booster shot. The teacher’s wife told KFOR that “unvaccinated people and those who refuse to wear masks” put people like her husband “in jeopardy,” saying that despite receiving three shots of the vaccine, “he could catch it again because that’s how it is for immunocompromised people,” arguing that others needed to get vaccinated and wear masks “for other people if not yourself.”

However, as National File previously reported, a recent study revealed that people who are “fully vaccinated” carry a staggering 251 times the normal viral load of COVID-19. Experts are concerned that this may pose a risk to those who have not received the COVID-19 vaccine, and it also seems likely these increased viral loads could result in more so-called “breakthrough” cases of those who have been vaccinated contracting COVID-19.

Director of the Center for Disease Control Rochelle Walensky recently admitted that the effectiveness of the vaccines are “waning,” especially against the Delta and other variants. “Reports from our international colleagues, including Israel, suggest increased risk of severe disease amongst those vaccinated early,” Walensky confirmed. (READ MORE: Harvard Business School Moves Classes Online As COVID Cases Spike Among 95% Vaccinated Student Population)

The fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in the US appears to be nearly twice as deadly as the second wave, which occurred months before hundreds of millions of people received vaccinations for coronavirus. According to data from the CDC, US coronavirus death rates in the first ten days September 2021 were nearly twice as high as they were during the first ten days of September 2020, National File reported. The trend appears to remain consistent as we head into the beginning of October.

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