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Anti-Vaxx Chronicles: Seven youngsters, one disabled, and their dad and mom catastrophically failing to guard them

This one is a little tricky. This is a family of nine – mom who is the Facebook poster; Dad; and seven children. One of the children is in preschool. We know at least one other is in diapers. So this is a family with school-age children. Many of them. They are also against vaccination and nobody is vaccinated.

This child has special needs and, as we shall see in a moment, is autistic.


In addition to being autistic, the child has other undetermined medical problems including a predisposition to hypoxia (she presumably misspelled it), which is a breathing problem.

We don’t know if the child is old enough to be vaccinated, but this type of pre-existing condition makes it even more important that everyone around the child take all possible precautions, including vaccination.

But that “healthcare is a joke” thing is something. What should the hospital do? The health system has a solution to this problem: a vaccine, and she has refused to take it, as has her entire family (those who qualify).




Your kid is battling COVID, so what better way to use your time than writing about the vaccine on Facebook?


I will never judge a parent who is dealing with a difficult child with special needs. But if a child is taken out of a hospital against medical advice, an investigation by the child protection service is usually initiated. And why is the child so hurt? Isn’t your home set up to protect him? No helmet or pad to protect him?

I would like to assume that she is doing all she can in very difficult circumstances, but the hospital should definitely be on the lookout for child abuse. And she should be ready to have this conversation if she actually does everything to protect him. Instead, against the will of the hospital, she takes the child when confronted and rushes home. Is it any wonder people are suspicious?

I understand mom is frustrated. How could you not be with seven children, including one severely disabled? I am often frustrated with two generally good children. But I also feel for the hospital staff and even the police officers who had to deal with this outbreak.

It is also clear that it is incredibly difficult to go to the hospital with this child. So why not vaccinate to protect against return? No no. Instead of this …




Dear God, this woman.

Did she really send the boy to school because he knew he was sick? I don’t trust her enough to believe the school actually says, “He doesn’t look sick enough, so he has to stay.” It’s just … strange.

I’m more concerned that this kid even left.





She is an empath.

Definition: “a person with the paranormal ability to grasp the mental or emotional state of another person. “


She is an empath.


She has a pure heart. And is an empath.

Maybe autocorrect switched to “sociopaths” by mistake?

I also completely reject cocaine.



She is an empath.


So much empathy.

The woman who had a dizzy child with a high fever for a week and didn’t know it had COVID will now judge parents for not noticing that her child had lice?

By the way, if you don’t know: lice like clean hair. And my children caught lice several times during their elementary school years. It’s not a big deal. The critters are spreading like … well, they are spreading like COVID. It sucks, but at worst, it’s just an inconvenience.


She … she thinks she’s grounded.


What an empath!


Such a pure heart!


“We are a family of 9 but the kids don’t eat much”? As we will see in a moment, the whole family is currently having COVID and Dad is in intensive care and fighting for his life. So both caretakers are downstairs and all the kids are downstairs. And making money and preparing food is clearly too much.

It sure asks a lot of people to feed your family of nine, so maybe this is just an attempt to make it seem less daunting? But when I read it, it struck me as terrifying. “I know we don’t have many people to count on,” tells me that she has alienated friends and extended families. Nobody can handle their pure heart.

But if mom and dad and the older kids were vaccinated, it probably wouldn’t be a problem. That is the problem with selfish refusal to do the right thing: It is not just you who influence you, but your loved ones, your family, and even your wider community, who must now mobilize to feed NINE people because of them were too selfish to jab too.


$ 2,500 to move one of the children to another better-equipped hospital.

$ 2,500 is a lot more money than the cost of vaccinations, which, let’s see, were … ZERO DOLLARS.

Instead, dad and a child are about to die, another child in diapers with COVID and a whole family being destroyed and their “new” community (whatever that means, like the Ivermectin Facebook group or something?) Around Food begs.


This is the last update for the time being.

Here, too, the definition of empath is “a person with the paranormal ability to sense another person’s mental or emotional state. ”So why is she scolding each of these things at someone she obviously cannot understand?

Can you imagine poor hospital staff trying to explain to a COVID POSITIVE woman that she cannot come to her medically fragile child with critical status?

And then this woman, I’m an empath and I don’t understand why it could be a bad idea to let her into a medically sensitive area.

And then do you imagine your whole family being completely destroyed by this virus and still refusing to reconsider your attitude towards the vaccine?


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