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Colorado Students Go Undercover, Expose School Clinic Giving Jabs Without Parental Consent [VIDEOS]

COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Last Friday, the Tri-County Health Department announced its support for the so-called COVID vaccine clinic at the local Heritage High School. Most parents oppose the idea of the clinic being included in the high school. Parents would never allow authorities to vaccinate students without parental consent.

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Littleton Public School Superintendent Brian Ewert said that nothing bad could happen. He said, “students under the age of 18 cannot get a vaccination without parental permission and they must have a parent or legal guardian present with them to sign consent.”

Guess what… Underage kids can now receive the jab without the consent of their parents or an ID.

In one of the videos below, you can see that two students went to the clinic to get a jab without even telling their parents. They didn’t have an ID and also didn’t use their real name. Yes, staffers agreed to vaccinate them…

One student said he was 18. That’s all. He didn’t say anything else and didn’t even call his parents. The other student provided a fake consent form.

The father of one of the students said, “Superintendent Ewert is wrong, and is now on notice of that. The two teenage children had no parents present and no parental consent. They did not use their real names or real personal information. No identification was required. Their parents were not asked whether they had any pre-existing conditions that could cause an adverse effect. The minor children with no parents present, and no identifications to confirm their age were readily offered the shots and encouraged to get them.”

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Source: Red Voice Media

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