Ignorance Reigns Supreme
Do you place your trust in man? Do you place your trust in the government – of either political party? Do you place your trust in the judicial system? If you do, then your trust may be sorely misplaced. The Supreme Court of the United States is supposed to be composed of intelligent individuals charged with the responsibility of making informed, reasoned decisions. Ignorance is not bliss particularly when some of the Supreme Court judges are totally misinformed and clueless regarding the information out there regarding Covid-19.
Based on the above, it's apparent that some of the justices are grossly misinformed about Covid-19 and the vaccines. Misinformation is antithetical to ruling correctly on a case that has far-reaching implications nationwide. Since the public is told to follow the advice laid down by the CDC, why do the Supremes remain ignorant of the guidelines?
Our vaccines are working exceptionally well. They continue to work well with 'Delta' with regard to severe illness and death, but what they can't do anymore is prevent transmission.
The Absence of Common Sense
Given that CDC Director Rochelle Walensky has publically declared that the covid vaccines do not prevent transmission of the disease, why then are vaccinations required? Shouldn't that be the germane question that the justices should be considering? Since the jab doesn't prevent people from spreading Covid-19, why do we need to vaccinate anyone, much less everyone? Why the need for the mandates? It should be up to each individual whether to get jabbed or not. A fully vaccinated person can be asymptomatic and still transmit the disease to others. An unvaccinated person who gets the disease may get sicker than an unvaccinated person but that risk is borne by the individual alone and therefore the decision of whether to vaccinate should remain an individual choice. The fact is, there is no difference between the vaccinated and the unvaccinated as Covid-19 does not discriminate between those whom it infects. Since it makes no difference, the mandate becomes irrelevant and should be dismissed. However, don't count on the Supremes to put their thinking caps on as stupidity seems to reign supreme in this case.