The Supreme Court is set to begin one of the most consequential terms in decades.
But now all hell is breaking loose.
Brett Kavanaugh found out bad news that could turn the Supreme Court upside down.
Brett Kavanaugh tested positive for the coronavirus just before Amy Coney Barrett’s ceremony where Chief Justice Roberts formally conferred upon her the rank of Supreme Court justice.
The Supreme Court’s statement read:
On Thursday, per the Court’s regular testing protocols, Justice Kavanaugh had a routine Covid test ahead of Justice [Amy Coney] Barrett’s investiture on Friday. On Thursday evening, Justice Kavanaugh was informed that he had tested positive for Covid-19. He has no symptoms and has been fully vaccinated since January. Per current Court testing protocols, all of the Justices were tested Monday morning prior to conference, and all tested negative, including Justice Kavanaugh. Justice Kavanaugh’s wife and daughters are also fully vaccinated, and they tested negative on Thursday. As a precaution, Justice and Mrs. Kavanaugh will not attend Justice Barrett’s investiture this morning.
Brett Kavanaugh – who is 56 years old – has been fully vaccinated since January and shows no symptoms.
Critics of the COVID biomedical security state question why America is still running surveillance testing for fully vaccinated individuals if the science says they are less likely to contract the disease as well as pass it on.
Surveillance testing of asymptomatic, fully vaccinated individuals just leads to a “casedemic” that public health tyrants cite as to why their oppressive mandates and restrictions are necessary.
When the news broke, conservatives worried that Kavanaugh would miss time as the Supreme Court geared up for a term that has liberals terrified.
After Donald Trump nominated Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, the cases the court will take up this fall are what conservatives had in mind when they bet everything on Trump in the 2016 election.
The court is hearing cases on expanding the scope of the Second Amendment, Mississippi’s 15-week abortion ban, ending affirmative action, and campaign finance contribution limits.
Conservatives waited a generation to overturn or cripple Roe v. Wade.
The Mississippi case will be the most hotly contested Supreme Court case since Bush v. Gore – which decided a presidential election.
Everyone on the right breathed a sigh of relief when Kavanaugh showed no symptoms to allow all nine justices to participate in the court.
An eight-justice Supreme Court would allow Chief Justice John Roberts to vote with the left and deadlock these cases four to four which would amount to a defeat for the right and victories for the left since it would leave the current policies in place.
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