LA Times Describes Homeschooling as ‘Loophole’ to Forced Vaccination

by Aug 15, 2019Health & Vaccines, Liberty & Economy2 comments

The Los Angeles Times building in downtown Los Angeles, California (Jengod/CC BY-SA 3.0)

By describing homeschooling as a “loophole” to a law eliminating parents’ right to choose whether to vaccinate, the L.A. Times is assaulting our liberty.

On July 23, 2019, the Los Angeles Times published an article titled “Parents who won’t vaccinate their kids turning to home-schooling in California, data show.” The article explained:

In 2016, California implemented one of the strictest immunization laws in the country, requiring that all children be up to date on their vaccinations to attend school unless a doctor says otherwise.

The article continues:

The law, however, does not apply to children who are home-schooled, a loophole that parents seem to be increasingly exploiting. Over the past three years, the number of kindergartners who were home-schooled and did not have their shots quadrupled, according to a Times analysis of state data.

The Los Angeles Times is thus advocating that the government forcibly vaccinate children against the will of the children’s parents.

And it is doing so in a subtle way that is intended to manufacture your consent for a policy of forced vaccination.

This is a direct assault on your liberty. It is a direct assault on your right to informed consent.

Don’t see how the LAT is advocating forced vaccination?

Consider that the LAT describes homeschooling as a “loophole” to a law that effectively eliminated parents’ right to choose whether their child is vaccinated, provided that the parents wish their child to attend public school.

There are only two possible corollaries to that statement with respect to parents who prefer not to strictly comply with the CDC’s routine childhood vaccine schedule and who haven’t obtained a note from a doctor providing a medical reason why that child should not be vaccinated.

The first is that children of those parents should be forcibly vaccinated against their parents’ will.

The second is that homeschooling should be outlawed and those parents forced to enroll their children in public schools, which in turn means that their children must be vaccinated against their will.

Thus, there is no alternative interpretation of the LAT’s statement but that it is advocating the coercive or forcible vaccination of children.

This, of course, constitutes a direct assault on the parental right to informed consent.

Don’t let the media manipulate you with their vaccine propaganda. Do not lend your consent for government policies that threaten both our health and our liberty.

Stand up and speak out for your health freedom. If you do not, it will be taken away from you. That is the direction the United States is headed, and it is up to you to create a different, brighter future for yourself, for your children, and for future generations of humanity.

There is an update to this post explaining how the L.A. Times has essentially become a wholly owned asset of the pharmaceutical industry.

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2 Comments

  1. Susie

    Instead of Loophole, which is a poor description of it. How about a government overreach forcing medical procedures on children and punishing and discriminating families who don’t comprimise their morals for a scary overreach of government. Keeping their kids safe. Maybe they don’t want to homeschool but see it as a saving grace from the assult on their children.

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    • Sara

      Amen sister. That’s why I am homeschooling my kids. I think its time for another revolution.

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