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Autistic Man Forced to Take COVID-19 Jab by Court


This is likely the most sickening story you’ll see today.

A 32-year-old autistic man in Jersey was ordered by a court to receive the COVID-19 jab.

The man, who’s named ‘B’ in court papers, spent 2020 lockdowns in his room inside a care home.

‘B’ was part of Andrew Wakefield’s MMR study, which claimed the MMR vaccine caused autism in children.

“‘B’s nurse made the application to get him the jab on behalf of Jersey’s health minister. Jersey’s Royal Court granted the vaccination order, saying that it was ‘the right best interests decision’ for B who had been in ‘groundhog day,'” according to Daily Mail.

Daily Mail described the 32-year-old man as the son as ‘antivaxxers.’

His parents believe the MMR jab given to him in 1991 when he was 16 months old has caused his health conditions.

The father said B was in a ‘very bad way’ on the evening of the vaccination and by the morning he was ‘completely blank’, according to The Sunday Times.

The 16 month old was part of the ‘Lancet 12’ – a group of children who were used in Andrew Wakefield’s MMR study, which falsely claimed the vaccine caused autism in children.

In 1995 Wakefield was allegedly approached by the parents of an autistic child who had stomach problems. He then spoke to more parents, who said their child had first shown signs after receiving the three-in-one jab for measles, mumps and rubella (MMR).

Three years later Wakefield and 12 co-authors published research in The Lancet, which proposed that there was a connection between the MMR vaccine and autism and bowel disease.

In 2004, an investigation found Wakefield’s findings to be inaccurate and that some of the parents of the 12 children were recruited via a lawyer who was preparing a lawsuit against MMR manufacturers and had paid Wakefield £400,000 for the study.

Regardless of what happened in the past, nobody should have to take a shot with risks like the COVID-19 jab.

It’s appalling that a nurse or court would recommend or force this autistic man to take the experimental COVID-19 shot against his parents’ wishes.

The only risk the man receiving the shot experiences is an adverse reaction to the COVID-19 injection.

Unsurprisingly, Daily Mail used the story to bash parents skeptical of childhood inoculations.

Cont. from Daily Mail:

The court case serves as an example as to how disgraced Wakefield’s study caused a drop in vaccine uptake as parents feared the side-effects of the MMR jab.

Wakefield obtained a medical degree in 1985 and trained as a gastrointestinal surgeon.

Following the scandal, he moved to the US and reinvented himself as a filmmaker and campaigner. It was reported last year that he had stirred up paranoia surrounding the coronavirus pandemic and vaccinations.


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