The following article by Steve MacDonald has been republished with permission from GraniteGrok.
The COVID Cult has a problem. All their ideas are bad. And one of them was to punish parents for refusing to let their child get injected with an experimental pharmaceutical product they don’t need that could kill them.
These are facts. They don’t need the COVID19 vaccine, and children have died after getting it.
But somewhere out there is a political party filled with folks who think the State should separate parents from their kids and inject them with experimental drugs.
Even though the kids do not need it, and children have died after getting it.
We live in a sad state when something like this has to be legislated. We need a law to prevent the government from taking kids from parents who won’t take those sorts of risks with their children.
The New Hampshire legislature got the message. Parents have rights, and this bill that just passed the NH house is essential and timely.
A parent’s decision not to have their child vaccinated pursuant to an order of the state or federal government or any agency or person of the same shall not be used as grounds to terminate parental rights.
It now moves to the NH Senate, also Republican majority, but not the right sort of Republicans. To ensure it finds its way to the governor, they’ll need a lot of hand-holding (that’s a euphemism for a significant grassroots effort).
I know there are a lot of bills just like it, but not many will prevent miscreants from terminating parental rights over something as dangerous as the COVID19 vaccines.
The Republican majority in the NH House passed many good bills this week (and stopped some bad ones), but let’s not forget about this one.