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Michael Savage Blames Justice Roberts’s Epilepsy Medication For Health Care Ruling

Radio host (and, shockingly, former MSNBC host) Michael Savage has unlocked the mystery behind Chief Justice John Roberts‘s ruling today. Telling his audience “something that you’re not going to hear anywhere else,” Savage explained that the Chief Justice is on medication that, he believes, “introduce[s] mental slowing” and “other cognitive problems.”

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Telling the audience not to focus on President George W. Bush for appointing Chief Justice Roberts, he promised to explain something new about the Chief Justice. “It’s well known that Roberts, unfortunately for him, has suffered from epileptic seizures. Therefore he has been on medication. Therefore neurologists will tell you that medication used for seizure disorders, such as epilepsy, can introduce mental slowing, forgetfulness and other cognitive problems,” he explained. He pointed to the majority opinion as proof of “the cognitive disassociation in what he is saying,” something that, to Savage, sounded chemically prompted.

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