All parents should be concerned with the amount of power the Left wants over your kids. Luckily, Judge Trevor McFadden in the District of Columbia agrees.
A Federal judge has blocked Washington, D.C., from enforcing a law that would have allowed minors to be vaccinated without the notification and consent of their parents.
Judge Trevor McFadden announced his decision on March 18 against the Minor Consent to Vaccinations Amendments Act (MCA), according to the Washington Post. If enforced, it would have allowed children as young as 11 to be able to receive any vaccination without the consent of their parents.
McFadden agreed with parents that said the act would have violated their right to religious freedom. In his decision, the judge said that the act specifically "targets religious parents," making it unconstitutional.
One judge's decision unfortunately won't stop the Left. For instance, California legislators are still pushing ahead with extreme mandates so the fight is not over. Look at how crazy some of these bills are:
The vaccine working group of Democratic legislators behind the proposals say their aim is to increase vaccination rates across all age groups, improve the state vaccine registration database and crack down on misinformation about the virus and the vaccine.
SB 871 would require all children 0 to 17 to get the COVID-19 vaccine to attend child care or school;
SB 866 would allow kids 12 to 17 to get the COVID-19 vaccine without parental consent;
SB 1479 would require schools to continue testing and to create testing plans;
SB 1018 would require online platforms to be more transparent about how information is pushed out to consumers;
SB 1464 would force law enforcement officials to enforce public health orders;
AB 1993 would require all employees, including independent contractors, to show proof of COVID-19 vaccine to work in California;
AB 1797 would make changes to the California Immunization Record Database;
AB 2098 would reclassify the sharing of COVID-19 “misinformation” by doctors and surgeons as unprofessional conduct that would result in disciplinary action.
It is time for us to put an end to these mandates once and for all and hold elected officials responsible for the restrictions they keep imposing on their constituents.