The Reasons Why Sotomayor, Breyer and Kagan are Such Judicial Lightweights

Three blind mice.

Anyone who’s even mildly been following the recent Supreme Court arguments in regards to the Biden face-diaper mandates, the fitness-for-service of Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer and Elana Kagan have been called into question.

Case in poi+nt would be the excellent article for the New York Post written by reporter Samuel Chamberlain.

First, Chamberlain cited Sotomayor’s outright lies (emphasis mine);

Omicron is as deadly as Delta … we have hospitals that are almost at full capacity with people severely ill on ventilators.”

“We have over 100,000 children, which we’ve never had before, in serious condition,” Sotomayor added, “and many on ventilators.”

Not only did Sotomayor’s statement contradict experts who say Omicron is less severe than Delta, but it defied data from the Department of Health and Human Services showing a total of 3,342 confirmed pediatric hospitalizations with COVID-19 across the US as of Friday — making the justice’s math off by a factor of nearly 30.

Perhaps more disturbingly, Sotomayor said at another point in the argument that “I’m not sure I understand the distinction why the states would have the power” to institute a rule like the one being pursued by the Biden administration, “but the federal government wouldn’t.

Read the Commerce Clause and the 10th amendment lady,” snapped Republican political consultant Liz Mair on Twitter.

Then it was Stephen Breyer’s turn (emphasis mine);

When Breyer waded into the fray, he suggested the OSHA rule was needed because “hospitals are full almost to the point of maximum” and that “750 million new cases” had been reported in the US yesterday — despite the fact that the population of America is around 330 million.

Lastly was Kagan’s turn in the chute (emphasis mine);

During arguments in that case, Kagan said that workers “have to get vaccinated so that you’re not transmitting the disease that can kill elderly Medicare patients, that can kill sick Medicaid patients. I mean, that seems like a pretty basic infection prevention measure.”

However, medical experts say that vaccinated people can spread COVID-19, though potentially for a shorter period of time than unvaccinated people spread the virus.

The monumental ignorance is simply stunning. Please keep in mind that none of these three ever served as a judge at any state, county, or municipal court.

So the question is this: How did these three dumb-asses manage to be approved to the highest court in the nation?

Here’s a thumbnail on each of these maroons;

  • Sonia Sotomayor – She got her first shot at wearing the black robes from RINO president George H.W. Bush in 1991 when he nominated her to a seat on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. It was Barry Obama who nominated her to the SCOTUS.

  • Stephen Bryer – He spent his entire legal career either living off of the taxpayers or at various universities teaching administrative law. Luckily for him, he was plucked out of obscurity by Jimmy Carter when he selected to fill a seat on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit. Bubba Clinton nominated him for the Supreme Court.

  • Elena Kagan – The never married, cigar-smoking, pro-abortion lawyer never served as a judge at any level until she was nominated by Barry Hussein Obama to the Supreme Court of the United States.

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