New disturbing news has emerged from the state of Washington.
A Seattle-area high school is asking students to get the Chinesevirus vaccine in exchange for having roughly half of their community service requirements for graduation written off.
There have been so many issues and concerns accompanying the vaccine.
From studies linking the vaccine to heart inflammations to reports stating it caused myocarditis in people under 30 years.
Just yesterday, Dr. Bhakdi added his voice to that of other world-renowned scientists asking that we avoid the “vaccine”.
With all these uncertainties, I wonder, why this sudden thrust to force our children to get vaccinated? The choice for taking the vaccine should not be forced on anybody, especially on children.
Children are young, healthy, and active and according to CDC data, only 1.7% of confirmed Chinesevirus cases were children.
This makes me wonder why children must be put at risk? Why employ dubious means to get them to take a vaccine not yet approved by the FDA?
Here is more on this story:
NEW: A Seattle-area high school is bribing students with nearly half of their required community service hours if they get the coronavirus vaccine. Some parents are NOT happy. https://t.co/ApCQysVa5B
— (((Jason Rantz))) on KTTH Radio (@jasonrantz) May 3, 2021
And they should fight! Stand up stand together!! NO vaccine for youth!! https://t.co/Muvvxx60vN
— Doyourhomework (@doyour_hw) May 3, 2021
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According to KTTH-TV, Chimacum Junior/Senior High School (CJSHS), located in Port Townsend, sent a letter to students last week with ideas for how they can complete the 55 hours of community service that is required in order to receive a diploma.
“The school emailed students this week with ideas. Students can pick up litter, attend an online school board Zoom meeting, or write a letter to a newspaper editor,” KTTH reported. “But one community service option caught a parent’s attention: getting the COVID vaccine.”
Students who decide to get the COVID vaccine and submit proof of immunization will receive credit for 25 hours worth of community service.
“At CJSHS, we are providing our students with opportunities to improve their community in ways accessible to them given the circumstances of this pandemic,” CJSHS Principal David Carthum told radio host Jason Rantz via email. “Vaccination is just one of the voluntary ways that students can choose to fulfill this requirement. We know that immunization helps protect our community, which is why we call it a service.”
My North West had the exclusive:
A local high school is offering students nearly half of their required community service hours to get the coronavirus vaccine. This effectively bribes the students into making a medical decision that should be left to the students and their families.
Chimacum Junior/Senior High School (CJSHS), near Port Townsend, requires students to fulfill 55 hours of community service hours to graduate. The school emailed students this week with ideas. Students can pick up litter, attend an online school board Zoom meeting, or write a letter to a newspaper editor.
But one community service option caught a parent’s attention: Getting the COVID vaccine.
Vaccine for graduation
Students who get the COVID vaccine and submit paperwork proof will earn a whopping 25 hours towards their community service requiremenlike
This feels coercive, like a form of bribery to push kids into a decision they may not want to make. But the pitch is appealing. The vaccine process may take about 30 minutes, yet students recieve a premium on getting the vaccine. Earning 25 hours — nearly half of the required hours to graduate — for one or two shots? High schoolers may jump at that chance.
“At CJSHS, we are providing our students with opportunities to improve their community in ways accessible to them given the circumstances of this pandemic,” principal David Carthum emailed the Jason Rantz Show on KTTH. “Vaccination is just one of the voluntary ways that students can choose to fulfill this requirement. We know that immunization helps protect our community, which is why we call it a service.”
And really, is it any surprise that poor decisions like this keep occurring in liberal governed states?