Many people were happy that SCOTUS essentially struck down Biden’s OSHA mandate. And while many people rightfully celebrated that ruling, there was a dark flip side that wasn’t so good.
While SCOTUS struck the private business clause down, they upheld the mandate for medical professionals.
And the reason they upheld it, was thanks to John Roberts and Brett Kavanaugh.
The outrage from conservatives was swift and harsh:
“Honestly, Roberts and Kavanaugh didn’t have a backbone on that decision. That’s the bottom line.” – @GovRonDeSantis on the Supreme Court’s decision not to block the scientifically illiterate Biden CMS vaccine mandate for healthcare workers”
“Honestly, Roberts and Kavanaugh didn’t have a backbone on that decision. That’s the bottom line." – @GovRonDeSantis on the Supreme Court's decision not to block the scientifically illiterate Biden CMS vaccine mandate for healthcare workers
— Christina Pushaw 🐊 (@ChristinaPushaw) January 14, 2022
What a disappointment.
We expect this stuff from John Roberts. He’s obviously compromised and can’t be trusted.
But what about Brett Kavanaugh?
We all had such high hopes for him, what happened?
That’s what Tucker Carlson recently addressed… what happened to Brett?
Well, we can trace it all back to his dramatic, abusive, and fateful confirmation hearing.
The left broke Brett Kavanaugh.
You can watch the video below:
During his confirmation hearing, we didn’t understand that something had broken inside of Brett Kavanaugh. Unfortunately, many of us believed he was a sincere conservative. pic.twitter.com/BovNA4vEQh
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) January 15, 2022
I think it’s safe to say that we’ve lost Kavanaugh.
We thought we won against the left, simply because Kavanaugh made it on the bench, despite their best efforts to throttle him.
But did we, really?
I don’t think we’ll ever get him back, or get back the “SCOTUS justice” we thought and hoped he’d be
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