A New Brunswick judge made a demonic ruling that destroys the parental rights of an unvaccinated father.
The judge ruled that the gentleman’s refusal to receive the experimental COVID-19 jab cost him the right to visit his immunocompromised child and his two other children in person.
Citing health risks for the 10-year-old child, the judge will permit virtual visits only for the father.
The parents separated in 2019 and agreed to share custody of their three children.
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However, the father has lost custody due to his medical decision to refuse an experimental shot that doesn’t stop transmission.
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— Gareth Icke 🇵🇸 (@garethicke) February 7, 2022
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— Jacques Poitras (@poitrasCBC) February 4, 2022
And we are now at the slipperiest part of the slope, folks.
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— Mary Vought (@MaryVought) February 6, 2022
Justice Nathalie Godbout of the Court of Queen’s Bench writes in her decision that she was ruling “with a heavy heart” but that the health risk to the 10-year-old child made the decision necessary.
And she debunks the “research” the father did himself that he says led him to question the safety and efficacy of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
“His own anecdotal research on such a highly specialized topic carries little to no weight in the overall analysis when measured against the sound medical advice of our public health officials,” Godbout writes.
The New Brunswick ruling isn’t the first example in Canada of an unvaccinated individual losing parental rights due to their private medical decision.
An Ontario judge issued an order forbidding a father from criticizing the federal government’s COVID-19 inoculation program in front of his 10-year-old son.
A Quebec judge suspended a father’s visitation rights with his 12-year-old son due to his opposition to COVID-19 health measures.
USA Today added:
The order allows the father to interact with the children over Zoom and reevaluate the sentencing if he does get vaccinated, but the mother can overrule his lack of parental consent to get her children vaccinated, according to the ruling, CBC reports.