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Axios: Justice Clarence Thomas 'suggests' COVID vaccines are made with aborted children; NBC News too; Politico also

You got us Axios; this is some serious clickbait and we just had to read the story to find out more.

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As someone suggested in the replies, either Justice Clarence Thomas has changed his pronouns to “they/them” or he’s just reading something presented by the plaintiffs, as Axios reports:

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas suggested Thursday in a dissenting opinion that coronavirus vaccines were developed using “aborted children.”

“They object on religious grounds to all available COVID–19 vaccines because they were developed using cell lines derived from aborted children,” Thomas wrote in his dissent, referring to the plaintiffs that brought the lawsuit.

Referring to the plaintiffs that brought the lawsuit. So there’s nothing here to suggest that’s Thomas’ belief.

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Axios’ own “Reality Check” explains:

Some vaccines have used fetal cell lines during the early stages of the vaccine development, but the final products do not contain fetal cells. Additionally, these fetal cells came from elective abortions “performed decades ago.”

Oh.

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That tweet didn’t write itself.

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Update:

Apparently, NBC News is running with the same story:

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Update:

Politico got the memo too:

https://twitter.com/politico/status/1542569323390189568


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