‘I miss my son’: Chicago mother says judge stripped her of parental rights after learning she wasn’t vaccinated against Covid-19

A Chicago judge has reportedly restricted a mother’s parental rights, requiring her to get vaccinated against Covid-19 if she wants to see her 11-year-old son in person. The woman said she plans to appeal the ruling.

The unusual ruling occurred during an August 10 child support hearing via Zoom. Firlit, who has been divorced for seven years, shares custody of her son with her ex-husband. The court proceedings took an unexpected turn after Judge James Shapiro asked her whether she had received a Covid-19 jab.

Firlit said she had not been inoculated yet, explaining that she was hesitant because she had suffered from adverse reactions to vaccines in the past.

Shapiro then ordered that Firlit not be allowed to see her son in person until she gets vaccinated.


Reader comment:

How to force people getting the vaccine:
Take away their parental rights, threatening workers with job loss and losing unemployment benefits, not allowing them to access public spaces…
What doe these vx contain? We don’t see daily numbers of deaths within 28 days of receiving the vx, hardly any reporting about site effects, how many and what birth defects, whatever the outcome pharmas are not liable, people with natural antibodies still have to be vaccinated, booster shots already on their way.
I’ve nothing against vx, having lived in many countries throughout my 55 years I’ve had a lot of vx but this time I take a raincheck.

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