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The media suggests that Clarence Thomas supports the "uncovered" Covid vaccine theory of aborted fetal tissue.

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On Thursday, Supreme Court Judge Clarence Thomas pushed forward with a "discovered" conspiracy theory about a miscarriage child being used to develop a Covid vaccine. Suggested.

Earlier that day, theSupreme Courtannounced that it would not hear a proceeding against New York's vaccination obligations. In 2021, a group of anonymous health care workers filed a proceeding against the state, alleging that vaccination violated their religious beliefs.

The Supreme Court refused to take the case, but Thomas, along with Judges Neil Gorsuch and Samuel Alito, issued opposition criticizing the decision to ignore the religious exemption. 

Thomas included an explanation of the belief of healthcare professionals that some Covid vaccines were developed using aborted fetal cells.

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

File-of the Supreme Court Judge Clarence Thomas will give a keynote speech On February 11, 2020, the dedication of the new Nathan Deal Justice Center in Georgia, Atlanta.(AP Photo / John Amis, file)

"Petitioners are 16 healthcare professionals using cell lines from aborted children They served the New York community through theCOVID-19 pandemicbecause they were developed in, and they oppose all available COVID-19 vaccines for religious reasons, "Thomas wrote. ..

However, many media outlets from Politico to NBC later made their statements, even though they later revealed that Thomas was referring to his petitioner's allegations. Reported to the headline as an opinion. They also misrepresented what he wrote and said it was wrong.

Politico's report suggests that "Clarence Thomas suggests that the Covid vaccine was developed using cells from" aborted children. " It was the title. This article was also shared on Politico's Twitter account.

"Clarence Thomas disagreed, claiming that the Covid vaccine was derived from the cells of'aborted children'," Politico tweeted. "There is no Covid vaccine in the United States that contains aborted fetal cells."

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, in Washington, U.S., January 7, 2022. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

A protester stands outside the U.S. Supreme Court hearing dissenting COVID-19, a national vaccine or test of the Byden administration, on January 7, 2022 in Washington, U.S.A. It is obligatory. REUTERS / Jonathan Ernst

Axios reported with a similar title. Vaccines are made from cells from "aborted children". However, an earlier version of the headline suggests that "Clarence Thomas suggests that the COVID vaccine is made in" aborted children. " The headlines and leads of this story have been updated to note that Thomas referred to the cells of "abused children" in his dissenting opinion. Despite the

heading, the report confirmed that some vaccines used fetal cells in their studies.

"Some vaccines used fetal cell lines in the early stages of vaccine development, but the final product does not contain fetal cells. In addition, these fetal cells , Derived from "selective abortion that occurred decades ago". Axios report.

However, MSNBC and NBC argued that the claim was "untrustworthy," and Steve Benen of MSNBC added that Thomas' remarks further "hurt" the court.

A person holds a sign during the anti-vaccine mandate protest ahead of possible termination of New York City employees due to their vaccination status, Monday, Feb. 7, 2022, in New York. (AP Photo/Yuki Iwamura, File)

A person signs a sign during a vaccination ban mission I have a protest on Monday, February 7, 2022, prior to the possibility of dismissal of New York City employees due to vaccination status in New York. (AP photo / Yuki Iwamura, file)(AP photo / Yuki Iwamura, file)

"The credibility of the Supreme Court has already been compromised. More Judges Will Publish Facts If there is an error, it will further damage the court's reputation, "Benen said," Clarence Thomas cites an unreliable claim about the Covid vaccine. " I wrote in the article I did.

Benen called Thomas's words "unnecessarily inflamed," "that's not true either."

The NBC headline says, "The Covid vaccine is" abuse. " "Clarence Thomas expressed support for all the alleged allegations of the Covid vaccine on Thursday," he said. I wrote. Made from cells from "aborted children" before Thomas admits that he is "quoting plaintiffs."

The NBC report also explains that fetal cell lines were used in vaccine trials.

"Pfizer and Moderna tested the efficacy of the formulation using fetal cell lines early in Covid vaccine development, as other vaccines did in the past. Used in these processes. The fetal tissue that is produced comes from a selective abortion that occurred decades ago, but since then the cells have been replicated many times, so all the original tissues are involved in the production of the latest vaccines. Not done, "NBC reported.

Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas has been the subject of sharp attacks throughout his tenure since 1991.

Supreme Court judge Clarence Thomas said in 1991. Since the year he has been the target of intense attacks during his tenure.(Photo courtesy of Tasos Katopodis / Getty Images)

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Other journalists also said that Thomas himself was made from fetal tissue where the vaccine was discontinued. I pushed forward with the idea of ​​claiming. They are separated from truth and reality. Clarence Thomas writes that the Covid vaccine was developed from aborted children. "

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