Stories that Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas was admitted to Sibley Hospital in Washington D.C. after physicians diagnosed him with a viral infection are mostly false, said a high-ranking “White Hat” military source who claims our nation’s tenured conservative justice ingested a near-lethal dose of thallium.
Tasteless, colorless, and odorless, thallium is a chemical element with the symbol Tl and atomic number 81. It is a gray post-transition metal that is not found free in nature. When isolated, thallium resembles tin, but discolors when exposed to air. Soluble thallium salts (many of which are nearly tasteless) are highly toxic, and they were historically used in rat poisons and insecticides. Use of these compounds has been restricted or banned in many countries, because of their nonselective toxicity. Because of its historic popularity as a murder weapon, thallium has gained notoriety as “the poisoner’s poison” and “inheritance powder.”
Ahead of falling ill, Justice Thomas and his wife, Virginia, dined at Mazi, an upscale eatery in downtown D.C. Several hours later he experienced symptoms such as difficulty concentrating, gastrointestinal distress, shortness of breath, vomiting, and diarrhea. He’d initially attributed the symptoms to a nasty case of heartburn and gastrointestinal reflux disease and taken Tums and Mylanta to ease the discomfort, but as symptoms worsened and his complexion grew pallid, his wife insisted he visit a hospital.
At Sibley Hospital physicians tested him for Covid-19—negative—administered a battery of tests that included a comprehensive blood panel. Either by intent or sheer incompetence, physicians diagnosed him with a non-specific upper respiratory viral infection. An ordinary person would have been sent home with antibiotics. But Justice Thomas, owing to his position on the bench, was admitted for observation.
“When we learned the next day SCJ Thomas got sick and was admitted to Sibley, well, it aroused suspicion for two very important reasons. First, we’ve heard reports the Deep State might try to take out conservative justices—retaliation for Sotomayor’s arrest and impending execution. Second, for people of, say, judicial prominence, it’s customary they be sent to Walter Reed for admission. We considered it a real possibility this was a Deep State attack,” our source said.
“Persons” acting as a proxy for White Hat military commanders discretely visited Sidley and communicated their suspicions to Justice Thomas’ wife, urging her to enforce the medical power of attorney she had on her husband to at once extract him from Sidley.
“At that point we were sure of nothing. We were going on pure speculation. But we genuinely believed SCJ Thomas’ life might be in danger. Even though he was ambulatory, the physicians at Sidley cautioned her against taking him from the hospital. She at first was apprehensive, but in the end agreed to have him moved,” our source said.
The White Hats, he added, hurriedly transported SCJ Thomas, and as a precaution, his wife, to a secret location from where their physicians could rigorously evaluate his condition. A blood test on SCJ Thomas confirmed their worst suspicions: someone had poisoned him. A urinalysis corroborated the bloodwork; SCJ Thomas had markedly high concentrations of thallium in his bloodstream.
“The bloodwork at Sidley would’ve shown it. There’s absolutely no way the doctors there could’ve missed it. I’m not levelling accusations at any specific person or persons because we don’t yet know the full facts, but we’ll get to the bottom of this,” our source said.
Under care of White Hat doctors, SCJ Thomas received treatments of Prussian blue, a medication that flushes thallium through the digestive track. Also, he received several Hemodialysis treatments to help remove excessive thallium from the bloodstream.
“He was able to recover. We also tested Mrs. Thomas; she was clean. We’re assuming he ate poisoned food at the restaurant but can’t absolutely confirm that because thallium can be administered in small doses slowly over time or in one large, lethal dose. The investigation is ongoing, and we’ve taken steps to ensure conservative justices who really are conservative justices get additional protection,” our source said.
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