Colorado Governor Says Kids Should Lie and Get COVID Vaccine Without Parents Knowing
The openly gay jewish governor of Colorado who along with his husband are probably pedo’s, want your children to lie to you and go behind your back and get the death jab. These people are demons in skin suits.
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis, a Democrat, urged individuals to lie to their family members and “privately” get one of the controversial COVID-19 vaccines while engaging in deception to keep loved ones who may be against the vaccines from finding out.
“A spouse, a parent you live with who doesn’t want to get it, is against it… you can still privately get that vaccine without your partner knowing if that’s what keeps the harmony in the family and you are protecting yourself,” the Colorado governor said recently.
The Democrat politician was quoted by another publication saying, “You can still privately get vaccinated without your parent or spouse knowing if that keeps the harmony in your family and you’re protecting yourself. It doesn’t mean you have to share that with those you live with.”
While the Colorado governor solidly endorses paranoia-inducing deceit within family units, it appears he is likely referring to children who are at least 18 years of age, as unlike other liberal areas, Colorado does not make exceptions for minors to receive the COVID-19 vaccines without permission of a parent or guardian.
This is what happens to school age children in San Francisco, where the child is allowed to “consent” to receiving one of the COVID-19 vaccines if the parent cannot be reached in a timely fashion.
Additionally, at press time the vaccines are only available to children who are 12 and older, though the government is telling hospitals to prepare for mass vaccination of children as young as five. (READ MORE: NIH Website Study Finds ‘No Discernible Relationship’ Between Vaccine Status And COVID Cases, Infection Rate May Be Higher Among Fully Vaxxed)
“Big Government has no business whatsoever in telling our children to lie to parents, keep secrets, and do as they are told,” wrote a conservative pundit at Colorado Peak Politics. “If you don’t believe us, ask the Catholic Church how that worked out for them.”