How many times will these ‘mistakes’ happen before parents realize the school system preys on their children.
They will find any excuse to vaccinate your children, whether or not it’s against your wishes.
The demonic drive to inoculate young children with this experimental injection is one of the multiple reasons I implore parents to remove their kids from public schools.
Sadly, a report from Brattleboro, Vermont is another example of the effort to make children guinea pigs for this wicked medical experiment.
A first-grade student at the Academy School in Brattleboro was inoculated for COVID-19 against the specific wishes of his parents.
According to officials, the student was mistaken for another whose parents consented to the inoculation.
Call me skeptical, but I’ve seen too many of these ‘mistakes’ around the country to think they’re an accident.
Confirmed: Brattleboro first-grader vaccinated against parents’ will https://t.co/MpaEMEionm
— VERMONT DAILY CHRONICLE (@guympageIII) November 24, 2021
CONFIRMED: VT SCHOOL VACCINATED FIRST GRADER AGAINST PARENTS WISHES.
How you respond to this will set the precedent for what school boards can get away with.
Make them afraid, violate them, strike back.https://t.co/ewLOg6wTq4
— 🎄🌺The FEMA Doc🌺🎄 (@BigDocsFiesta) November 24, 2021
School officials said a “mistake” was made — a student whose parents didn’t consent to vaccination at the Brattleboro elementary school was mistaken for a student whose parents did provide consent. https://t.co/zWs6L6pwSk
— Brattleboro Reformer (@BrattReformer) November 24, 2021
Vermont Daily Chronicle confirmed the ‘mistake’ from Windham Southeast Supervisory Union Superintendent Speno’s admission:
A first-grade student at the Academy School in Brattleboro was vaccinated for Covid-19 against the expressed will of his parents, Windham Southeast Supervisory Union Superintendent Speno said in a letter to parents yesterday, November 23.
The story first surfaced two days ago, November 22, in the New Hampshire news website Granite Grok. A lightly edited version of the news story appears below. The father of a first grader claimed his son at the elementary school had been vaccinated for Covid-19 despite his objections, which were shared by his wife.
The accuracy of the “rumor” was confirmed in a letter from Interim Supt. Mark Speno to supervisory union parents yesterday, and shared on the Academy School Facebook page by Principal Kelly Dias. Speno said: “The school district has recently hosted three vaccination clinics with the Vermont Dept. of Health for ages five and up, one being at Academy School. Unfortunately, in the course of vaccinating students at this clinic, a mistake was made. A student whose parents did not consent to vaccination was mistaken for a student whose parents did consent. We are deeply sorry that this mistake happened, and have worked internally to improve our screening procedures.”
Vermont Daily Chronicle shared a screenshot from a Facebook message republishing the superintendent’s letter to parents:
Brattleboro Reformer noted:
Vaccination against the coronavirus isn’t mandatory to attend school and school staff respect that some families have chosen not to vaccinate, Speno said.
“We are a school district that is comprised of people from diverse belief systems, cultures and medical preferences, and we honor and respect the multiple values that all community members bring,” he wrote.
School staff respecting the wishes of families who don’t want their kids inoculated means nothing when they can’t prevent ‘mistakes’ from occurring at their clinics.
Parents, you’re better off keeping your kids far away from these institutions.