In a further update on the vaccination inquisition going on in Maryland, I saw some very interesting things in this article.
“Many of them complained that their children already were properly immunized but the school system had misplaced the records. They said efforts to get the paperwork straightened out had been futile.”
Then we have this little gem, reminding me of what Germany did to the Buskeros family:
“Any children who still lack immunizations could be expelled. Their parents could then be brought up on truancy charges, which can result in a 10-day jail sentence for a first offense and 30 days for a second.”
Notice what the parents are being charged with-it is not failure to vaccinate, (since there is no such law) but truancy. The school will expel students first, and then the parents will be charged with truancy. How can you be truant once you have been expelled? Makes no sense.
Finally we have a mainstream news story admit that there are exemptions, in a round about way of course:
“White said the school system, with about 132,000 students, has been trying for two years to get parents to comply with state law. That law allows children to skip vaccines if they have a medical or religious exemption.”
As stated before, it is not a law if there is an exemption. And this article clearly states that there are exemptions. Even better, the next sentence said:
“It was unclear how many medical or religious exemptions were involved.”
In my second post on this subject, that was a question I raised-how many students with exemptions did they try to intimidate? Remember that I heard an interview with Mr. Ivey where he said they weren’t going after students with exemptions. I didn’t believe that was true and this article is also questioning it.
The judge said that it was cute seeing all the unhappy children in line-like they were going to church!
It was “cute” to see children being intimidated by the State? And then he equates this with worshipping Yeshua!? Coercion and worship are two very different things and should not be considered equal.
And I would also like to know how much this court being open on a Saturday cost the taxpayers, since they are the ones that will pay for this inquisition.
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