Big Sky Student Seriously Ill After Missoula Public Schools, Public Health Coerce COVID-19 Vaccine Without Parental Consent

Big Sky High School Principal Jennifer Courtney and Superintendent Rob Watson told the student that “good people get vaccinated.”
Big Sky High School Principal Jennifer Courtney and Superintendent Rob Watson told the student that “good people get vaccinated.”

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Despite the low-risk for people under 65 of developing COVID-19 and national media covering the elevated rates of myocarditis amongst young people who receive the COVID-19 vaccines, Missoula County Public Schools and Missoula County Public Health Department have continued, undeterred, to coerce young people at-risk of serious side effects from the vaccine to receive the jab.

According to a report filed by Brenda Roskos and Jordan Hall at Montana Daily Gazette, one Big Sky High School student was coerced by MCPS and the Health Department to take the COVID-19 vaccine which was administered without parental consent. The student’s father, Jesse King, reportedly informed Missoula County Health Department to not subject his child to the COVID-19 vaccine, but the Health Department injected his child anyway.

In the report, King’s daughter mentions how Big Sky High School Principal Jennifer Courtney and MCPS Superintendent Rob Watson told the student “good people get vaccinated” and “if you don’t vaccinate yourself, people will die.” The student was also told, “Get the vaccine, by whatever means necessary.”

King called his family Doctor (Dr. Stritski) on June 22nd and requested a referral to a cardiologist on his daughter’s behalf. The 16-year-old came down with migraines, body aches and now is exhibiting constant dizzy spells and wavy black spots within her field of vision. None of these ailments occurred before receiving the Pfizer injections.

Missoula Child Vaccinated Secretly Against Parents Wishes and Now Seriously Ill. Montana Daily Gazette. July 1, 2021.

Read the full story and watch the interview with the student’s father at The Montana Daily Gazette.

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