Michael Jackson’s wife texted him, “I’m going to do whatever the government tells me to do.” At that moment, when she neglected to tell him that she was going to do whatever was best for their daughter, Jackson made the decision to listen to a higher power.
“I’m following God, and I’m doing what He wants me to do,” Michael Jackson told podcast host Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson from an undisclosed location.
Jackson is currently on the run from authorities; refusing to send his daughter home to her mother who wants to have the child vaccinated.
The divorced couple had a discussion last November, as the Saskatchewan government was amping up pressure to have children vaccinated as soon as approval was granted. When Mariecar told her husband she was prepared to simply fall in line with whatever the government was proposing, Michael was flabbergasted.
“I was just like, ‘Wow!’, Jackson said.
“It wasn’t like she said ‘I’m going to do what’s best for Sarah. It’s, ‘I’m going to do what I have to do, what I’m told to do.’ So I made my decision right then and there that I wasn’t going to return her.”
Sarah has been with her father since November 10th, and in the interview with Tyler Thompson can be seen smiling in the background. That said, it’s an awful predicament for a child to be in; a situation of divorce, and desperation for a father who feels he has no rights or say in how to raise his child (it’s something that has been dealt with before on ifamnews.com).
Jackson points to the video by the Canadian COVID Care Alliance “More Harm Than Good,” an assessment of Pfizer’s vaccine trials, to summarize his assessment. He said his research has left him wary that the vaccine could cause harm. He adds he shared this information with his daughter and she doesn’t want to take the vaccine either.
A father from southeast Saskatchewan is in hiding with his seven-year-old daughter to keep her from getting the COVID vaccine.
Michael Jackson, 52, has joint custody of his daughter, Sarah, and has been in hiding with her for the past month.
Jackson phoned the Western Standard from a private number following a live online interview on Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson’s popular podcast.
Jackson lives primarily with his ex-wife who also has authority over medical decisions. He has kept his daughter with him since November 10 and has not returned her to her mom for fears she will have their daughter vaccinated for COVID-19.
When news reports last November suggested approval of the vaccine for children was imminent, Jackson asked his ex-wife if she would give the vaccine to their daughter. He says she texted back and said, “I’m going to do whatever the government tells me to do.”
“I was just like, ‘Wow,’ Jackson said.
“It wasn’t like she said ‘I’m going to do what’s best for Sarah, it’s, ‘I’m going to do what I have to do, what I’m told to do.’ So I made my decision right then and there that I wasn’t going to return her,” Jackson said.
Jackson has spent considerable time researching the topic, and points to a video by the Canadian COVID Care Alliance “More Harm Than Good“, sharing the information with his daughter. For what little it may be worth for a 7-year old who still under the authority of her parents, Sarah herself has said she doesn’t want to take the vaccine.
Last May, Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, a co-author of the Great Barrington Declaration that recommended against lockdowns, told the Western Standard, “I don’t think children should be given the vaccine because … it does not benefit them. Their risk of side effects is very small. In the trials, roughly five in 1000 children 12 to 15 years old had a serious adverse event. However, the risk of a child dying from COVID infection is much less than 1 in 1000. With teenagers, the risk is a bit more, but not substantially so.”
According to the CBC, Saskatchewan judges have issued two court orders for Jackson to return the girl to her mother. A tearful Mariecar on a CBC News broadcast spoke to her daughter through the camera lens saying, “Every day I pray that someday you’ll be home.”