The Closet Conservative Podcast

When did feelings and a radical agenda become law of the land?

January 8, 2022

The Supreme Court heard the arguments about the Biden mandates on Friday. I really should probably say the Biden decrees. One had to do with the OSHA mandate that affects over 80 million Americans. The second involves those who receive federal funding and a vaccine mandate for them to continue to receive such funding.

When the justices were asking their questions, it was clear that the liberal justices were only interested in asking questions that stuck with the liberal agenda and worked on the feelings of those involved.For example, Justice Kagan said, “We all know what the best policy is. I mean, by this point, two years later, we know that the best way to prevent spread is for people to get vaccinated and to prevent dangerous illness and death is for people to get vaccinated. That is by far the best.”

Perhaps she has not seen the news that COVID vaccines are not preventing the spread of COVID. They will not prevent someone from contracting the virus or spreading the virus. It is an outright lie of the Democrats to say that the vaccines will do this. Dr. Anthony Fauci and Joe Biden have both said this and it is a lie. 

Each liberal justice ignored the law, approaching the subject from the same perspective. That feelings and the radical agenda usurped the law. 

They certainly did not talk about how the CDC ruled just this week to allow healthcare workers to work WITH COVID in facilities to help with staffing. If the spread was such a risk, why are we allowing people to work with COVID? It's because it is about the vaccine agenda, not COVID. 

But the problem is that the case before the Supreme Court was not about COVID at all, but an overreach of federal agencies and their power. Some questions were asked about that, but in general, the liberal Justices ignored the topic and thought preferring to rule on feelings and an agenda. 

The hurt feelings and radical agenda are not supreme law of the land. They do not trump the Constitution or laws passed by Congress and the Supreme Court cannot make new laws from the bench. They exist to hold actions in our nation within the bounds of the Constitution and laws passed by Congress. The actions of the liberal justices on Friday were sickening and prove that the radical justices have no desire to protect the law of our land. 

Music courtesy of Greg Shields music.

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