CDC Director Walensky Struggles to Cover Sotomayor’s Lies

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Walensky admits there are roughly 3,500 children in hospitals due to COVID, drastically lower than the 100K figure Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor made up.

By Martin Armstrong for Armstrong Economics
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CDC Director Walensky Struggles to Cover Sotomayor’s Lies

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, a woman sitting at the top of America’s legal system, outright lied to the public by inflating COVID numbers. “We have hospitals that are almost at full capacity with people severely ill on ventilators,” she said. “We have over 100,000 children, which we’ve never had before, in serious condition, many on ventilators.”

Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, could not lie to cover the comments made by Sotomayor. In the Fox News video above, Walensky admits that there are roughly 3,500 children in hospitals due to COVID, drastically lower than the 100K figure Sotomayor made up. When asked if Walensky, as the director of the CDC, had an ethical if not legal obligation to correct the inflated figure, she avoided the question.

Walensky nodded her head “yes” in agreement when the interviewer noted that deaths among young people are only 0.001% at best. When questioned whether this should be considered a pandemic among the unvaccinated, Walensky had to admit that those who are vaccinated are also spreading COVID. Currently, omicron is accounting for 95.4% of cases, while delta composes 4.6% of cases.

Fauci’s most vocal foe, Senator Rand Paul, tweeted an unfortunately rhetorical question, “Will YouTube censor her?” A Supreme Court Justice lying to promote the vaccine mandate seems like grounds for misinformation under YouTube guidelines. Instead, the CDC, Supreme Court, and governments throughout the world are blatantly lying to the public. I do not understand why anyone still trusts these clearly biased and unethical individuals and entities.

By Martin Armstrong for Armstrong Economics
© 2021 Armstrong Economics – All Rights Reserved

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