It’s shameful that a dangerous, ineffective inoculation continues to divide households.
Canada is no exception with the latest example of stripped parental rights due to opposing views on the experimental COVID-19 injections.
An unvaccinated Canadian father from Montreal, opposed to COVID-19 health measures, lost visitation rights with his 12-year-old son.
The father wished for more visitation hours with the child during the holidays, but the mother cited concerns about his COVID-19 inoculation status and opposition to health measures.
A Quebec judge ruled it wasn’t in the child’s “best interest” to see their father.
On December 23rd, the judge suspended the father’s visitation rights until February unless he decides to receive the COVID-19 jab.
CBS News had the report:
“It would not be in the child’s best interest to have contact with their father if he is not vaccinated and is opposed to health measures in the current epidemiological context,” the judge said in his ruling, referring to a spike in COVID cases due to the Omicron variant.
The issue arose when the father requested an extension of his allotted visitation time around the holidays. The mother opposed his request. She told the court she had recently discovered he was unvaccinated and showed his previous social media posts showing an opposition to health measures.
The mother also lives with her partner and two other children, aged seven months and four years — too young for vaccines, which Canada has authorized from the age of five.
“In these circumstances, it is not in the interest of any of the three children” for the 12-year-old to visit their father, the judge ruled.
Although more than 90% of adults in Quebec are vaccinated against COVID-19, the province has registered a steep increase in cases and hospitalizations in recent weeks due to the rapidly spreading Omicron variant.
In an attempt to stem the new wave, Quebec announced on December 30 the return of certain restrictions, including a 10 p.m. curfew and a ban on private gatherings.
Quebec recently announced a proposed policy to tax unvaccinated residents.