Ronald McDonald House Charities prides itself on providing “a warm, compassionate and safe home away from home for families of seriously ill children”. But only if you’ve succumbed to the medical tyranny that is forced vaccination.
A Kelowna, British Columbia family has been handed a notice that they and their 4-year old son suffering from leukemia must vacate the premises if they have not received a shot by January 31st.
How can Ronald McDonald House boast of providing a “safe home away from home” when they present such a dangerous scenario for families who adhere to their own medical decisions? The Twitter video speaks for itself.
The policy, obtained by the website True North, outlines that anyone over the age of five entering the building must show “proof of full vaccination (two doses)”. One would have to think that the goalposts will certainly shift to three doses, then four, and so on, at some later date. The notice goes on to state that families already staying at RMH will have until January 31st to get their first shot.
How that makes any scientific and medical sense with regard to infection and transmission of infection (which has proven to be just as high and even higher in those who have been jabbed) is beyond reason.
The father of the boy, Austin Furgason, told True North last night, “My wife Lindsey was crying on the bed. I told her, I’m going to go ask the manager about this because this isn’t even real.”
The Furgason family has been at Ronald McDonald House since October when their 4-year old son Jack started treatment for leukemia. Furgason added, “God’s been doing miracles for our kid. His hair was supposed to fall out 2 months ago, and it never did. He’s got lots of energy, he’s super positive. Everything was going great.”
And then, the notice of eviction.
In the meantime, Furgason is searching for a place to stay in Vancouver; added stress this family certainly does not need.
Said Furgason, “I’m broken inside for our country just how fast this has accelerated.”