Alan Dershowitz and Laura Ingraham got into it Thursday night — debating the legality of vaccine mandates.
In a heated discussion on The Ingraham Angle, Dershowitz — a Harvard Law professor emeritus — opined that the Supreme Court would uphold Covid-19 vaccine mandates, potentially citing George Washington’s requirement that all troops be inoculated against smallpox during the Revolutionary War.
“Covid-19 is not smallpox,” Ingraham countered. She added, “This is not smallpox, and it’s not a fully approved vaccine either.”
Dershowitz took umbrage with the notion that smallpox was worse than Covid.
“I think Covid is worse than smallpox in many ways,” Dershowitz said. “It may not kill as many people, but we don’t know what the long-term impact is.”
“Killed 300 million people