The mother’s 13-year-old has suffered injury from the vaccine.
- A California mother is suing a Los Angeles school district from a family who says their 13-year-old son was bribed into receiving a COVID-19 vaccination.
- Maribel Duarte, the mother of the student says that her son was urged to forge her signature in order to get the shot.
- The suit claims that employees of Barack Obama Preparation Academy where the boy attends offered a pizza to those who got a shot at the vaccine event.
- The parents assert that their son has suffered negative side effects from the vaccine after being pushed to receive the shot.
- A spokesperson for the school district told KTLA that they do not comment on threatened, pending, or ongoing litigation matters.
DAMAGES FROM THE VACCINE:
- “He is not the same anymore. He is lacking rest. He doesn’t sleep well,” Maribel Duarte said. “He’s not normal to me.”
- The teen’s mother claimed her kid is still experiencing adverse effects from the shot during a news conference on Wednesday.
- Duarte claimed that the doctor had advised against the COVID-19 shot because the teen has asthma and a clotting issue.
- “This is not a conspiracy theory. This is not an anti-vax case,” Duarte’s attorney Nicole Pearson said. “This is about parental rights (and) about having the ability to protect your children.”
- Payouts have begun to be distributed in cases of COVID-19 vaccine injury, as American Faith previously reported.
- Nearly 30,000 deaths have been reported after COVID vaccines, according to data from VAERS, even as the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccines is being brought into question.
- Additionally, the nation of Uruguay has halted COVID vaccines for kids under 13, as a judge demanded that government officials turn over Pfizer contracts.