Canceling Parents

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by Nadia Hazimeh  •  •  October 28, 2021   

From school classrooms to the nurse's office

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The war rages on. Government entities are continually abusing their authority by targeting parents, specifically through the school system. Church Militant's Nadia Hazimeh gives examples of how medical Nazis and critical race theory (CRT) advocates are sidestepping parents' rights.

The Biden administration is purging parents from their children's lives. It was revealed last week, from declassified emails, that the administration colluded with the National School Boards Association over the letter that pegged parents as domestic terrorists.

The president of the NSBA, Viola Garcia, was appointed to a federal board overseeing education just days after the letter was sent to Biden. Many believe these actions signify a larger push to cancel parents.

Last week, in Louisiana, a 16-year-old boy was given a COVID shot at school without parental consent. Now, his mother is suing. Incidents like this could continue to happen, especially since the Food and Drug Administration voted Tuesday to back the jab for kids ages 5–11, with no concern for health consequences.

Dr. Eric Rubin, microbiologist: "But, we're never going to learn about how safe this vaccine is unless you start giving it. That's just the way it goes."

For most of the year, parents have been outraged with school boards over pandemic protocols and the curriculum. Now, in Pennsylvania, a school district is concealing CRT policies from parents, blaming it on copyright restrictions.

Minnesota parents could face harassment and property damage for sharing their opinion. Why? Because the board is forcing them to announce their home address to speak.

John Wicklund: "My name's John Wicklund; I live in Mankato."

Board Member: "Can I get your address please, John?"

Wicklund: "I'd rather not since you guys have it already."

Board Member: "Don't give your address, you can't speak."

The actions of unelected Biden affirm parental rights are subordinate to the State, and observers fear the war on parents will continue. The NSBA apologized Friday for the wording used in its letter to Biden, but the damage is done. And headlines about the apology don't sell votes for Democrats.

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