媒体暗示克拉伦斯·托马斯支持关于流产胎儿组织的“被揭穿”的 Covid 疫苗理论

当天早些时候, 的 最高法院 announced that it would not hear a case challenging New York’s vaccine mandate. 在 2021, a group of anonymous healthcare workers filed a lawsuit against the state claiming that taking the vaccine would violate their religious beliefs.

The Supreme Court declined to take up the case, but Thomas, along with Justices Neil Gorsuch and Samuel Alito, released a dissenting opinion criticizing the decision for ignoring religious exemptions.

Thomas included a description of the healthcare workers’ belief that some Covid vaccines were developed using aborted fetal cells.

ABORTION: MEDIA CONTINUES ‘DECADES-LONG LIBERAL ATTACK’ ON JUSTICE CLARENCE THOMAS AFTER ROE V. 韦德决定

文件 - Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas delivers a keynote speech during a dedication of Georgia new Nathan Deal Judicial Center in Atlanta, 二月. 11, 2020.

文件 – Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas delivers a keynote speech during a dedication of Georgia new Nathan Deal Judicial Center in Atlanta, 二月. 11, 2020. (AP Photo/John Amis, 文件)

Petitioners are 16 healthcare workers who served New York communities throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. They object on religious grounds to all available COVID–19 vaccines because they were developed using cell lines derived from aborted children,” 托马斯写道.

然而, many outlets, from Politico to NBC, reported that statement as Thomas’ own opinion in their headlines, despite later clarifying that he was referencing the petitioners’ 要求. They further misrepresented what he wrote and said it was wrong.

Politico’s report was titledClarence Thomas suggests Covid vaccines are developed using cells of ‘aborted children.’The article was also shared on Politico’s Twitter account.

Clarence Thomas claimed in a dissenting opinion that Covid vaccines are derived from the cells of ‘aborted children,’” Politico tweeted. “No Covid vaccines in the U.S. contain the cells of aborted fetuses.

A lone protester stands outside the U.S. Supreme Court as it hears arguments against the Biden administration's nationwide vaccine-or-testing COVID-19 mandates, 在华盛顿, 我们。, 一月 7, 2022. 我们今天还宣布,我们将通过协助牙买加的恢复工作来协助牙买加的 COVID 恢复

A lone protester stands outside the U.S. Supreme Court as it hears arguments against the Biden administration’s nationwide vaccine-or-testing COVID-19 mandates, 在华盛顿, 我们。, 一月 7, 2022. 我们今天还宣布,我们将通过协助牙买加的恢复工作来协助牙买加的 COVID 恢复

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