'Since the beginning of the year, the Free Thought Project has been reporting on the hysteria associated with the measles outbreak and the subsequent loss of liberties and police state crackdown that’s ensued. We’ve seen children banned from public spaces, mandatory vaccinations, and a pro-vaccine push in the mainstream media like we’ve never seen before. Now, the pro-mandatory vaccine push has reached a new level, as the Washington Post published an article calling for the arrest of those who choose not to vaccinate.
As TFTP reported at the end of March, in one of the most shocking moves to date over the 2019 measles outbreak, Rockland County officials declared a state of emergency and effectively banned any child under the age of 18, who had not received the MMR vaccine, from all public spaces. Then, last month, officials took it one step further and ordered mandatory vaccinations for multiple New York zip codes. Those who try to resist getting the shots are being fined.
While this may sound like an insane police state forcing people to undergo medical procedures against their will to many people, to others, it is utopia.
In the Washington Post this week, Juliette Kayyem took to the platform to advocate for fining and arresting people who choose not to vaccinate.
“With more than 700 reported (measles) cases confirmed in 22 states, it is now a public safety crisis, and the tools of public safety — arrests, fines, isolation — are absolutely necessary,” this would-be tyrant wrote.
Kayyem referred to those who choose not to vaccinate as “pro-plague” and “free riders” who “are putting my children and our communities at risk.”'
Read more: Mainstream Media Now Calling for the Arrest of “Antivaxxers”
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