Apparently, Roberts was at country club golfing, when he fell inside the restaurant and had to be rushed to the hospital.
Why wasn’t this information disclosed when it happened last month?
Why are we just learning about this now?
Witnesses said that the Chief Justice was “covered in blood.”
Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts fell late last month at a country club in Maryland and had to be transported to a hospital by ambulance, where he had to stay overnight.
“The 65-year-old chief justice was taken by ambulance to a hospital after the June 21 incident at the Chevy Chase Club, which was serious enough to require sutures,” The Washington Post reported. “He stayed at the hospital overnight for observation and was released the next morning.”
A person who tipped off The Post about Roberts’ fall said that Roberts’ head was covered in blood.
In a statement, Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathleen Arberg told The Post:
The Chief Justice was treated at a hospital on June 21 for an injury to his forehead sustained in a fall while walking for exercise near his home. The injury required sutures, and out of an abundance of caution, he stayed in the hospital overnight and was discharged the next morning. His doctors ruled out a seizure. They believe the fall was likely due to light-headedness caused by dehydration.
Here we go with the “dehydration” excuse again. They love to use that one for everything.
“My arm was chopped off…”
“Oh, looks like dehydration…”
Many left-wingers speculate that Roberts hasn’t said anything because if he did, President Trump would question his latest rulings.
Darn right he would, they’re complete garbage.
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July 8, 2020 4:06 am