It’s barbaric and insane to see healthcare professionals inject an experimental drug into a child against their will.
And it’s more disturbing to watch parents refuse to protect their children.
That’s what happened in this shocking video that’s circling the web.
The footage comes from somewhere in Latin America and the clip shows a crying girl resisting nurses trying to inject her with the experimental COVID-19 jab.
Despite her pleas not to receive the jab, the nurses restrain her and give her the injection.
It’s sickening that someone films this and doesn’t stop the nurses from giving a child an experimental medical procedure where informed consent clearly isn’t provided.
And most infuriating is watching her mother come in to console her.
She should remove her child from the room.
Watch the clip here
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In the footage, a group of masked Spanish-speaking nurses attempt to console a young girl who’s sobbing uncontrollably as she’s about to be forced to take the Covid vaccine.
The situation gets so out of control the nurses bring in the girl’s mother to help calm her down.
The girl is forcibly injected as she’s surrounded by nurses and her own mother.
The distressing footage is a bleak reminder of the totalitarian medical tyranny upon us.
Is this what the future holds for the unvaccinated?
The Daily Expose discussed informed consent and why this girl clearly isn’t receiving that from these healthcare providers:
Informed consent is an important part of medical ethics and international human rights law. For consent to be valid, it must be voluntary and informed, and the person consenting must have the capacity to make the decision.
The meaning of these terms are:
- voluntary – the decision to either consent or not to consent to treatment must be made by the person, and must not be influenced by pressure from medical staff, friends or family
- informed – the person must be given all of the information about what the treatment involves, including the benefits and risks, whether there are reasonable alternative treatments, and what will happen if treatment does not go ahead
- capacity – the person must be capable of giving consent, which means they understand the information given to them and can use it to make an informed decision
If you were hysterically telling someone you did not want what they were offering you, whilst in tears, would you class that as giving them informed consent? How about if they then restrained you and administered that treatment?