Schools in blue states are making it clear to parents that they will use every dirty trick at their disposal to vaccinate children — with or without explicit parental consent.
Dr. Aaron Kheriarty, who is a fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, shred the harrowing news on Twitter.
“LA Unified School District is vaccinating children without parental consent,” Kheriarty said. “They send your kid home with a form, and when the kid comes back to school—whether or not the form is signed—they consider the child’s presence at school ‘consent’.”
“This is a gross abuse and a violation of state law and basic principles of medical ethics, disproportionately impacting ethnic minorities,” he added. “School authorities who are pulling these stunts are now on notice. The public is aware.”
One example the doctor citized comes from the LAUSD. She says that her kid was vaccinated without her consent in exchange for pizza.
“Maribel Duarte says her 13-year-old son, a student at the Barack Obama Global Prep Academy in South LA, brought home a vaccine card after having accepted the COVID-19 vaccine at school,” NBC 4 reported.
“She says he said yes when someone offered it in exchange for pizza,” the woman said.
“The lady that gave him the shot and signed the paper told my son, ‘Please don’t say anything. I don’t want to get in trouble,'” the report continued.
“The LAUSD says student matters are confidential and wouldn’t comment specifically, but did say its ‘safe schools to safe steps incentive program’ is meant to ensure several steps are in place for vaccinated students to receive prizes,” the report added. “Duarte says she’s not against the vaccine. She’s vaccinated herself, but it’s different with her son.”
“He has problems with asthma and allergy problems,” she said.
The NBC report adds that Jennifer Kennedy, an attorney who is following closely the two cases against the LAUSD over the vaccine mandate, said the problem is that kids in California can’t consent to vaccination. Both are ultimately seeking an end to the mandate, it noted.
“The LAUSD does not have the power to add a vaccine to the California school schedule,” Kennedy said. “You couldn’t do it if you were a podunk school district and you can’t do it if you’re LAUSD, the second largest district in the nation. You don’t have that legal authority.”
The L.A. School District is not the only one in the nation where parents report such vaccinations behind their backs…