Idaho Statesman Advocates for Medical Tyranny
Idaho Statesman is using its newspaper to advocate for medical tyranny. Are you surprised? What happened to impartial journalism?
Idaho Statesman wants the state to “get rid of Idaho’s “personal belief” exemption for vaccines”. They want to “get rid of the state law that allows parents to ignore medical treatment for children for preventable illnesses”. Idaho Statesman says there should be no other treatment than MEDICAL treatment. A parent of a critically ill child would be forced to proceed with a specific ‘standard of care’. (Read here about the slippery slope this poses)
What would define “preventable” treatment? Where is the line? 👀.
Looks like Idaho Statesman would like the legislature to determine that for each and every one of you. ❌
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Idaho Statesman thinks that Idaho dodged a bullet with a measles outbreak last year. (Read about the “HotSpot Hoax” – the hoax that pockets of unvaccinated individuals will spread disease to vaccinated individuals)
Here are some easy to reference resources. You are limited to 200 words. Consider them carefully!
- LEARN MORE ABOUT MEASLES from the Physicians for Informed Consent: https://physiciansforinformedconsent.org/measles/
- INFORMATION ABOUT VACCINE INGREDIENTS: https://vaccine.guide/
- RELIGIOUS / MORAL REJECTION OF VACCINATIONS:
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Notice this piece is written by The Editorial Board 😳. Maybe no one person wanted to take responsibility for this opinion piece❓