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Unvaccinated students in Exeter, New Hampshire were publicly singled out and marked with a number at the high school prom.
Just to confirm, this happened on American soil, not German.
Journalist Ann Marie Banfield broke the story – reporting that teachers used sharpies to write numbers on the skin of student who had not been vaccinated against the China Virus.
After every third song the numbered students had to raise their hands so their names could be recorded for contact tracing purposes.
There was also a list – available for all to see – that included the names of every child and their vaccination status.
“What if students were branded with a number if they have a Sexually Transmitted Disease,” Banfield wrote. “Should they be required to share that information too? What about AIDS? Where’s the ACLU?”
One parent said it was like their children were treated like prisoners in Nazi Germany. Others were angered over violations of medical confidentiality.
Outraged parents reached out to State Representative Melissa Litchfield who called the reports extremely disturbing. Get a load of the comments she received:
“….was pretty fired up today after learning that kids who weren’t vaccinated had a number written on them in Sharpie at the EHS prom last night. If they were on the dance floor, they had to raise their hands after every three songs so their numbers could be recorded by other underclass students for contact tracing purposes. There’s even more to the story, but this alone is surprising to us. We truly feel they are literally branding our kids if they don’t get this experiential “emergency” approved vaccine…”
“They also left the list of student names (first and last) with the info on whether they were vaccinated or not on a table outside after the prom. I found it the next morning. This information should 1. Not have been shared, and 2. Should never be left where anyone can have access to it. I have a photo of the list.”
“… I find it absolutely unbelievable that ” ” and ” ” was allowed to treat the kids like prisoners in Nazi Germany. Marking them, thus singling them out, and then having to raise their hands is beyond tolerable. First, the school could be looking at lawsuits for violation of HIPPA rights. They have no business asking for a vaccine card….last Thursday, masks were no longer required outside, and if this is in effect, it should not have mattered if they were vaccinated or not.” Nowhere does … state that if you aren’t vaccinated, you need to wear it. Instead, we will brand you with the scarlet letter for all the kids to see. I hope, and I am sure you will bring this to the SB and higher if need be. This should NEVER be allowed….”
Parents are absolutely correct to be horrified. Every American citizen should be outraged. This was a gross violation of the U.S. Constitution.
“In this case, it sure looks like these kids were exploited because of their age,” Banfield wrote. “Many parents would never have consented to their children being treated like this. One parent activist called it bullying. This was a way of bullying the students into getting the vaccine.”
The school district seems to think they have a a constitutional right to demand access to your child’s medical records. Yet another reason why we need to do a better job of teaching Civics in public school classrooms.
“Children need to be protected, and they need their personal and medical information to be protected too. They don’t need to have that information displayed for everyone to see,” Banfield wrote.
The greatest threat to our nation was not the China Virus. The greatest threat was the number of our fellow countrymen who were willing to surrender their civil liberties for the sake of “feeling” safe.
There’s just one problem with that philosophy. When you hand over your rights to the federal government, there’s a good chance you won’t get them back.
Just ask the kids who attended the Nazi Prom at Exeter High School.