Apparently not wanting to be injected with cloned aborted baby tissue is not a good enough reason to allow an unvaccinated student into a school or sports program.
This is disgusting. For those of you who may be unaware – “Varicella (chickenpox), rubella (the “R” in the MMR vaccine), hepatitis A, one version of the shingles vaccine, and one preparation of rabies vaccine are all made by growing the viruses in fetal embryo fibroblast cells.”
18-year-old Jerome Kunkel sued the Northern Kentucky Health Department for kicking him out of school and sports programs because he refused vaccinations based on his religious beliefs. Shockingly, his religion doesn’t condone injecting yourself with cloned aborted baby tissue. Kunkel attended Assumption Academy, a Catholic private high school in Kentucky.
In February, Kunkel’s principal was informed by the NKY Health Department that no one could participate in school or attend extra curricular activities unless they were tested and immune to chicken pox. Boone County Circuit Judge James R. Schrand on Tuesday denied Kunkel’s request to return to school activities.
Chickenpox? Myself, and pretty much everyone I know, had chickenpox without any major issues. This is a normal childhood disease. Prosecutors argued that Kunkel was putting others at risk because he refused to inject himself with dead babies.
Your odds of dying from chickenpox are somewhere around 1 in 60,000. To put that in perspective, your odds of dying from heart disease are 1 in 6, yet they still serve processed meat (a proven carcinogen) to kids in the cafeterias. So apparently it’s OK to kill your kids with cancer and heart disease inducing processed meat products and now you must inject your children with aborted baby tissue – it’s the law.