Democrat lawmakers in California have proposed legislation that’s a direct assault on parental rights and preys on children to take the experimental COVID-19 jab.
A new bill introduced to the California Senate on Thursday would allow kids 12 and older to receive a COVID-19 inoculation without parental consent.
The proposed legislation seeks to inoculate children whose parents refused to let them participate in this Big Pharma experiment.
SB 866 states:
This bill would additionally authorize a minor 12 years of age or older to consent to vaccines that meet specified federal agency criteria. The bill would authorize a vaccine provider, as defined, to administer a vaccine pursuant to the bill, but would not authorize the vaccine provider to provide any service that is otherwise outside the vaccine provider’s scope of practice.
The Los Angeles Times explained:
SB 866 would allow a child 12 or older to consent to any vaccine approved by the FDA and recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That list includes the COVID-19 vaccine made by Pfizer, as well as immunizations for influenza, measles, chickenpox and others.
“Absolutely Insane”: New California Bill Will Let Children 12 And Up Get COVID-19 Vaccine Without Parent's Approval https://t.co/Apo2YevJ0s
— Lauretta (@Tanfox13) January 22, 2022
The left does not want parents to have any say in their children’s lives.
California bill would let children 12 and up get COVID-19 vaccine without parent's approval https://t.co/yQEwZZusWB
— PatriotMomUSA 🇺🇸 (@PatriotMomUSA1) January 21, 2022
Cont. from the LA Times:
The bill is the first to be proposed this year by a group of Democratic lawmakers that has pledged to strengthen vaccination laws and target misinformation amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
“There are a lot of students who would utilize this bill,” said Chaglasian, who lives in Glendale and is an ambassador with Teens for Vaccines, an organization that offers advice to teenagers with parents who are anti-vaccine or skeptical of inoculations. “There are vaccine pop-ups at our school and they could do this without having to deal with backlash in their families.”
The bill is certain to set off a feverish debate all too familiar in Sacramento, overlapping with contentious issues surrounding a parent’s right to make medical decisions for their children and a long-inflamed battle over vaccine laws.
Changes to vaccine laws in schools have previously led to intense deliberations, prolonged protests and arrests. Last year, lawmakers said they planned to look at the broad exemptions in COVID-19 school vaccine mandates that would allow parents to opt their children out of inoculation based on personal beliefs.
Democrat Senator Scott Weiner commented about the proposed legislation:
“This is about empowering teenagers to make decisions on their own health and their own safety,” Wiener said. “Almost a million California teenagers are unvaccinated, and for a lot of those teens it’s because their parents either refuse to get them vaccinated or they have not yet gotten around to it.”
“This won’t be the only bill,” Wiener added.
The COVID World highlighted parents that expressed outrage over the risk of side effects and onslaught against parental rights:
Dan McDunn, a Berkeley resident, has kids at Berkeley High and Willard Middle School who will not be vaccinated against COVID-19. He calls Wiener’s bill “absolutely insane” and says it takes away his parental rights over his children’s health.
“That’s my job. The bill is a byproduct of the COVID-19 vaccine, and people’s hesitance to participate in an experimental program.
They’re not getting the numbers they want, so they’ve taken the most stringent measures.”
If SB 866 is passed by the Legislature and signed by Newsom, the bill would go into effect Jan. 1, 2023.
FOX 11 Los Angeles shared a video report: