There’s an interesting little case in the courts here.
THE HIGH COURT has been asked to make orders preventing the State from administering Covid-19 vaccines or booster shots to children aged between five and eleven years of age until full information about any alleged risks have been given to the public.
I have seen numerous accounts of adverse reactions. Indeed I have heard several accounts of cases locally. It would appear that there is a prima facie case here.
However, note the defendants – the State and the HSE. You can’t get more heavyweight than that.
The action is opposed by the State and the HSE, which is represented by David Leahy SC, which denies all the adverse claims about the vaccine’s safety.
They don’t deny some – they deny all the adverse claims.
Here is a little prediction or two.
This case is just going to vanish. Maybe they’ll find some legal argument as to why it can’t be heard. Or else the meeja will just turn a deaf ear.
Maybe the case will go ahead. Maybe arguments will be heard, but they will all be dismissed for one spurious reason or another.
The most unlikely outcome is for the plaintiffs to win their case. This would open a very nasty can of worms as far as the gubmint is concerned. Having given complete immunity from prosecution to Big Pharma, presumably the state becomes liable for any claims for compensation. Also a win would mean a wider collapse in confidence in the gubmint, the HSE and Big Pharma. That just cannot be allowed to happen under any circumstances.
Or maybe case will be won, the meeja will be gagged and the warnings of risks will be published in small print on the bottom of page 6 of the Ballymagash Weekly.